New CEO to set Nordic Credit Partners in motion on expanding its fund strategies

The Nordic high-yield specialist has launched funds in Luxembourg and made key hires. The next step is to obtain its own investment management license and develop a platform for other types of credit strategies.

Nordic Credit Partners CEO, Thomas Segell, and CIO, Jakob Eliasson. | Photo: PR / Nordic Credit Partners

Fresh winds are blowing over Nordic Credit Partners (NCP) where Thomas Segell had his first day as new chief executive on 19 April, replacing co-founder Jakob Eliasson who has become CIO. While Eliasson has investment experience from CVC Capital Partners and Goldman Sachs, Segell’s past positions count COO roles at two Stockholm-based hedge funds as well as head of operations at Carnegie Investment Bank.

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