Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – Othania Stabil Investering, Othania’s multi-asset fund investing equally in five different and uncorrelated asset classes via liquid exchange-traded products, has been listed for trading on Nasdaq Copenhagen. The listing comes less than a week after the Danish boutique asset manager’s pure equity fund – Othania Globale Aktier – was also admitted to trading on Nasdaq Copenhagen.
“It is with great pleasure that we are today listing our fund Othania Stabil Investering on Nasdaq,” announces the Othania team led by CIO Vincent Dilling-Larsen, who co-founded Othania with his younger brother Christian Mørup-Larsen in early 2016. “This day also marks a big day for Othania, as we now have three listed funds to offer our investors, as well as a total of five funds in total,” the team adds. “It is rare that you get the opportunity in so few days to experience the IPO of not one, but two mutual funds.”
“It is with great pleasure that we are today listing our fund Othania Stabil Investering on Nasdaq.”
Launched in April this year, Othania Stabil Investering maintains an equally-weighted portfolio across five different asset classes, including equities and real estate, global investment grade bonds, precious metails, CTA strategies and long volatility strategies. The multi-asset fund seeks to replace investors’ fixed-income allocation and aims to represent a low-risk investment alternative that can perform well in all financial scenarios. Othania Stabil Investering has returned a cumulative 0.8 percent since its inception earlier this year.
“It is rare that you get the opportunity in so few days to experience the IPO of not one, but two mutual funds.”
The Danish boutique fund manager Othania is known for its proprietary “Tiger” investment model that evaluates equity market risk on a monthly basis. This risk assessment based on leading indicators on economic activity, interest rates, and stock market movements determines Othania funds’ allocation either to “offensive” or “defensive” exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Three of Othania’s five funds, including the pure equity fund Othania Globale Aktier, rely on the “Tiger” model.