For students – by students
HCM’s business idea is to provide cost-efficient and competitive capital management to the student association and other student entities. At the same time students get to learn from others, accumulate knowledge and exchange ideas, as well as get practical experience of asset management / equity analysis for a future working career.
HCM’s investment decisions are based on analysis conducted by the company’s equity research analysts. The methods used for analysis are fundamental valuations and macroeconomic analysis. Also, other factors that may affect our decision can be taken into consideration when making an investment decision.
HCM publishes a monthly report over the current portfolio, as well as some other content well worth reading.
HCM has built a large network of alumni over the years. Former analysts now works within investment banking, portfolio management and equity research, all over the world.
- Benjamin Franklin
Handels Capital Management AB (HCM) manages parts of the surplus wealth of the student union and their companies at Gothenburg School of Business, Economics and Law in a discretionary managed portfolio. The core business was started in 2005 and was managed by Börsgruppen (Finance Society at Gothenburg School of Business, Economics and Law) until the year of 2010. Later on, in autumn 2010, it was decided that the asset management should be transferred from Börsgruppen to a company which would be called Handels Capital Management AB.
In order to provide the schools other entities, including Handels Holding AB, services in combination with an ambition to operate the business in a more professional and realistic manner, Börsgruppen decided to form a separate company for the groups capital management division.
HCM’s business idea is to, through analysis and advisory, provide cost-efficient and competitive capital management to those entities within University of Gothenburg who are in need of such services. While doing this, our ambition is to provide further education and practise for the schools students within finance.
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