Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – Swedish asset management service provider Intervalor has hired Marcus Andreis as a new client executive based out of Stockholm. Andreis co-founded Peak Asset Management, which had run several hedge funds employing strategies such as systematic arbitrage, systematic macro and event-driven.
Marcus Andreis worked as head of institutional sales at partner-owned asset manager Peak Asset Management, which offered hedge fund solutions for institutional investors. Peak Asset Management had run several hedge funds, including the now-closed multi-strategy Peak Core Strategies, systematic macro fund Peak Global Macro and statistical arbitrage-focused Peak Equity Alpha.
Before co-founding Peak Asset Management, Andreis was a partner and sales manager at FIM for five years and a sales project manager at SalusAnsvar, today part of Folksam, for four years. After leaving Peak Asset Management, he joined institutional investment consultant COIN Investment Consulting Group in November of the same year. As of October 1, Marcus Andreis will join Intervalor’s Client Executives team in Stockholm, which currently consists of Reza Rouzbehani and Viktor Klint. The team is headed up by Erik Gebro, who joined the company from Lannebo Fonder in August.
“His solid experience with institutional investors will contribute greatly to our continued development and complement the team well.”
“His solid experience with institutional investors will contribute greatly to our continued development and complement the team well,” Anders Bladh, Intervalor’s Founder and CEO, comments on the hiring of Marcus Andreis. “We know that a strong local presence in all the Nordic countries is an important key to our success, which became especially clear during the pandemic,” says Bladh, according to a statement seen by AMWatch. “Today, we have four people on the Client Executives team in Stockholm and we do not rule out further recruitments when we expand our offering with asset managers in fixed income and alternatives, who can meet our high standards. The focus now is also on strengthening the organisation in Denmark.”