Jørgen Kjærsgaard

Jørgen Kjærsgaard

Co-Head—European Fixed Income; Director—European and Global Credit

12 Years at AB
25 Years of experience

Jørgen Kjærsgaard is Senior Vice President, Co-Head of European Fixed Income and Director of European and Global Credit. He is responsible for all of AB’s European and UK corporate credit–related strategies, and heads the European and UK High Yield and Investment Grade Credit portfolio-management teams. Kjærsgaard is a member of the Credit, High Yield, European High Yield, Global High Income, Multi-Sector Credit, and UK and Euro Fixed Income portfolio-management teams. He is also a member of the internal Credit Research Review Committee, the primary investment policy and decision-making committee for all of AB’s credit-related portfolios. Kjærsgaard has authored a number of published papers and blogs, including ones highlighting the importance of a diversified portfolio and issue selectivity in the European corporate credit markets. Prior to joining AB in 2007 as a portfolio manager for European Credit, he was executive director for Structured Credit Solutions at Rabobank, and before that he was a director for Nordic Structured Solutions at Royal Bank of Scotland. Previously, Kjærsgaard worked in both London and Copenhagen for Danske Bank, where he spearheaded the firm’s credit derivatives trading and managed-mortgage and corporate credit portfolios. He holds a BSc in business administration and an MBSc in finance from the Aarhus School of Business at Aarhus University. Location: London

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Want Safer Yield? Cycle to Europe

by Gershon Distenfeld, Jørgen Kjærsgaard

For high-yield investors with large US credit exposures, these are uncertain times. The pricing of securities is becoming more volatile, spurred by interest-rate volatility, and companies are borrowing more, causing concern about their future creditworthiness. The solution, in our view, is to diversify—and we regard the European high-yield markets as attractive.

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