Qblue aims to reach a wider audience

Bjarne Graven Larsen's QBlue Balanced wants to reach more international investors, he tells AMWatch. He also discusses why he thinks the quant winter has made way for a quant spring.

"We also felt a need at Qblue for a broader reach to family offices, distributors and other third-party channels," says Bjarne Graven Larsen in an interview with AMWatch. | Photo: Carsten Bundgaard

Qblue Balanced, a quant asset manager founded by former ATP and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan CIO Bjarne Graven Larsen in 2018, has entered into a couple of high-profile partnerships in the past year.

In May 2021, the firm partnered up with Swedish financial house and insurance broker Max Matthiessen's fund subsidiary Navigera to launch the Global Sustainable Leaders fund in Sweden.

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