Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – Danish asset manager St. Petri Capital, which runs thematic-focused long/short equity fund St. Petri L/S, is strengthening its portfolio management team with the hiring of Josephine Cetti (pictured). Cetti joins St. Petri Capital from fund management company Invoice One Management, where she served as CEO since May 2018.
“St. Petri welcomes Josephine Cetti to the team,” writes St. Petri Capital in a LinkedIn post. “Josephine will work as a portfolio specialist and contribute to the growth and further development of St. Petri Capital,” the post continues. “Josephine has 12 years experience working with equities, first as an equities trader in Nordea back in 2005-2007, and after a short period in corporate finance, she worked as a senior portfolio manager at a large Danish pension fund managing global equities as well as overseeing and selecting a broad selection of various externally managed funds.”
“St. Petri welcomes Josephine Cetti to the team. Josephine will work as a portfolio specialist and contribute to the growth and further development of St. Petri Capital.”
Josephine Cetti most recently served as the CEO of Invoice One Management, which manages a factoring-focused alternative investment fund called Invoice One Fund. She will join St. Petri Capital’s portfolio management team comprised of Michal Danielewicz and Jens Larsson, the duo who co-founded the asset manager in 2017.
“After a rather long break from equities, I am happy to announce that I have joined the hedge fund manager St. Petri Capital,” Cetti writes on LinkedIn. “I have been looking much forward to get back into the equities game, and I am very exited to join a great and dynamic team at an awesome asset manager.”
“I have been looking much forward to get back into the equities game, and I am very exited to join a great and dynamic team at an awesome asset manager.”
St. Petri Capital’s thematic-focused long/short equity fund has achieved an annualized return of 19.9 percent since its launch in early 2018. St. Petri L/S, which maintains a portfolio of 50 positions – 25 positions on the long side and 25 positions on the short side – to capture between ten to 15 investable themes, was last year’s best-performing player in the Nordic hedge fund universe with a full-year return of 99.3 percent. The fund edged down 0.9 percent so far this year.