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New Board Chair for Moma

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Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – Peter Høltermand, who is stepping down from his role as Head of SEB in Denmark, will become the chairman of the board at Copenhagen-based fixed-income manager Moma Advisors. Høltermand, who has been heading SEB’s Danish division since 2002 and helped establish the bank’s Copenhagen branch in 1997, announced last year his intention to step down from the role to focus on his board career.

“We are happy to welcome Peter Høltermand as chairman of the board of directors at Moma Advisors,” writes Moma Advisors in a LinkedIn post. “We have seen a steady increase in the interest in our funds and feel we are at an inflection point in the growth path of the company,” says Morten Mathiesen, CIO at Moma Advisors. “We are therefore fortunate that Peter has agreed to take on the role as Chairman of the Board of Directors.”

“We have seen a steady increase in the interest in our funds and feel we are at an inflection point in the growth path of the company. We are therefore fortunate that Peter has agreed to take on the role as Chairman of the Board of Directors.”

Peter Høltermand has more than 30 years of capital markets experience, with nearly 20 years spent at the top executive level at SEB. Høltermand will assume the position as chairman of the board on July 1, 2021. “I’m proud to be elected Chairman of the Board for Moma Advisors and excited to contribute to the next chapter in the company’s success,” comments Høltermand.

“I’m proud to be elected Chairman of the Board for Moma Advisors and excited to contribute to the next chapter in the company’s success.”

Moma Advisors runs two award-winning hedge funds that are part of the Nordic Hedge Index: Asgard Fixed Income Fund and Asgard Fixed Income Risk Premia. Asgard Fixed Income Fund has been on the podium in the “Best Nordic Fixed-Income Hedge Fund” category in all nine editions of the Nordic Hedge Award, winning the top prize five times. Asgard Fixed Income Fund came in second place in the 2020 edition of the Nordic Hedge Award. The fund has delivered an annualized return of 13 percent since its inception in mid-2003, the highest annualized return among all fixed-income hedge funds in the Nordics. Asgard Fixed Income Risk Premia completed the podium in the “Best Nordic Fixed Income Hedge Fund” category at this year’s edition of the Nordic Hedge Award.

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Eugeniu Guzun
Eugeniu Guzun
Eugeniu Guzun serves as a data analyst responsible for maintaining and gatekeeping the Nordic Hedge Index, and as a journalist covering the Nordic hedge fund industry for HedgeNordic. Eugeniu completed his Master’s degree at the Stockholm School of Economics in 2018. Write to Eugeniu Guzun at eugene@hedgenordic.com

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