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Insight 19.03.2021

Distressed Opportunity Strategy

Distressed Opportunity Strategy

Distressed investment opportunities offer a gateway to companies in financial trouble that need restructuring in order to survive.



The ongoing global pandemic has created a multi-year opportunity to benefit from this disruption and the recovery phase that’s bound to follow the current economic shock. 

Watch our latest video to find out more about our distressed opportunity solution at UBP and why it is worth taking a detailed look at this cyclical investment right now. 

UBP Alternative Investment Solutions aims to leverage its experience in distressed assets that goes back to the previous financial crisis of 2008. Distressed is a cyclical strategy, with the highest return potential coming during the recovery phase after an economic shock. This is why we believe the time is ripe for distressed investing.

Alternative Investments

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Fredrik Langenskiöld
Senior Investment Specialist
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Expertise

Global equities

Invest in companies with superior and sustainable value creation.


Further reading

Insight 12.04.2024

UBP House View - April 2024

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Insight 05.04.2024

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Insight 27.03.2024

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