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Seeder Energy Alpha Strategies re-brands as Stable Asset Management

Monday, March 09, 2015

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

Stable Asset Management executive Erik Serrano Berntsen announced that the firm has changed its name from Energy Alpha Strategies (EAS) and is introducing a new brand. As an investment firm, Stable will focus on seeding top performing managers and building world-class asset management firms, he said.

Berntsen said in an email sent to Opalesque, "We launched our first hedge fund nine years ago and founded EAS in 2010. Our new name reflects our progression into investment across all asset classes, in addition to energy and commodities where we began."

According to Berntsen, Stable also encompasses the company’s core values, which are partnership, entrepreneurial spirit, and dedication to long-term value creation.

To accommodate the company’s growth, Stable has moved in to its new offices in the Mayfair, at 25 Old Burlington Street.

He went on to say, "With teams in London, New York, and San Francisco, we are committed to building world-class asset management firms. We finance and support the launch of new funds to capture the over performance that emerging managers typically generate, while ensuring an institutional quality business from day one. All of our investments reflect Stable's strong partnership culture, entrepreneurial spirit, and dedication to long-term value creation."

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