Asset Yield: The podcast series of Kinstellar Asset Solutions
3 June 2020 – Welcome to Asset Yield, the podcast series of Kinstellar Asset Solutions, where we interview principal investors, originators, advisors, and funders in the world of non-performing and non-core assets of all classes, bringing you front line market insights.
In today’s episode Denise Hamer, Head of Kinstellar Asset Solutions, speaks with Gustav Hultgren, co-founder of Laub Capital.
Gustav Hultgren co-founded Laub Capital in 2018 with Tobias Thunander. Laub Capital is a Luxembourg-based fund focused on the EU non-performing loan market. Laub Capital acquires portfolios of claims from banks and monetises the claims by partnering with select collection agencies and law firms. Gustav’s distinguished track record in distressed asset management and investment has spanned diverse economic cycles and geographies.
Gustav was previously CEO of DDM, an investment firm focused on NPL investments, where he was responsible for the firm's overall direction, including all investment and operational activities, and managed the DDM IPO in 2014 and numerous rounds of debt and equity funding in the capital markets to support the firm’s strong growth. Prior to this, Gustav founded Credit Express in Ukraine, growing it into a leading debt management company on the local market with portfolios in both Ukraine and Russia. He also worked at Lehman Brothers and Deutsche Bank, based in London and Frankfurt, and held several positions in Global Markets and Fixed Income. He received his university degree from the European Business School, London.
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