Capital Four establishes Frankfurt office

6 April 2022

The Copenhagen-based credit boutique is expanding its footprint and has established an office in the prestigious MesseTurm in Frankfurt. The Frankfurt office will house the firm’s client relations team servicing Germany and Austria and investment professionals going forward.

Sandro Näf, Capital Four’s CEO and Co-Founder stated, “The establishment of the Frankfurt office is an important part of our firm’s strategy of solidifying the commitment to our clients in Germany and Austria, which always have been a backbone of our investor base. Since inception, we have built a strong network. We launched our first mandate with a German pension fund 12 years ago and today manage more than €3bn Assets under Management on behalf of investors located in Germany and Austria. Additionally, with the launch of our Senior Lending Private Debt Strategy, we have been able to attract new key investors among German insurance companies and pension funds, which will continue to be an important segment for us going forward.”

The opening of the office in Frankfurt follows the company’s ambition to enhance its client relationship management in Germany and Austria and will at first be staffed with two dedicated client relations resources. Going forward, the office will also strengthen the EUR 16bn credit platform with additional investment professionals located in Frankfurt.

About Capital Four

Capital Four is an industry-leading credit asset management boutique rooted in Scandinavian culture. Headquartered in Copenhagen with offices in New York, Stockholm and Frankfurt, the team of 100+ professionals manage €16+bn on behalf of a global client base. The firm offers investment solutions within global high yield bonds, senior loans, structured credit, multi-asset credit, and Nordic & Northern European private debt. For more details, please visit

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