Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – Joakim Wargclou has re-joined the Brummer & Partners fund family as he takes on the role of Head of Risk and Trading at Pantechnicon Advisors. With the backing of Brummer & Partners, Swedes Daniel Johansson and Gustaf Lindskog co-founded Pantechnicon Advisors to launch a market-neutral equity hedge fund with a focus on the industrial sectors.
“We are delighted to announce the appointment of Joakim Wargclou as Pantechnicon’s Head of Risk & Trading,” Pantechnicon announces on LinkedIn. “He brings a wealth of experience from a number of prominent hedge funds.” Wargclou worked at Bodenholm Capital as an Equity Trader and Director of Operations until the Stockholm-based hedge fund manager decided to return capital to its investors and liquidate its funds. Subsequently, he joined Swedbank Robur an equity and equity derivatives trader before re-joining forces with Bodenholm founder Per Johansson and a select group of Bodenholm employees at Boden Capital.
“We are delighted to announce the appointment of Joakim Wargclou as Pantechnicon’s Head of Risk & Trading.”
Wargclou joined Boden Capital as a Partner and Chief Operating Officer before moving to Catella’s fund management business with the entire Boden team in early 2022, where he assumed the same COO role. He later joined asset manager Case Group after its acquisition of Catella’s fund operations. Before his time at Bodenholm Capital, he also worked as Head of Back Office at Brummer & Partners. His latest role brings him back under the Brummer & Partners umbrella alongside the Swedish duo behind Pantechnicon Advisors.
Daniel Johansson and Gustaf Lindskog co-founded Pantechnicon Advisors at the beginning of 2021 and launched Pantechnicon, a market-neutral hedge fund with a focus on industrial sectors. Pantechnicon constitutes one of the fund investments within Brummer Multi-Strategy, which is Brummer & Partners’ diversified multi-manager vehicle. Pantechnicon has delivered a cumulative return of 12.9 percent since launching in late 2021 through the end of September, and has advanced 3.5 percent so far in 2023 through mid-October.