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CEO on asset manager's stand
   
Marek Juras
Asset manager Trigon TFI believes there are no grounds to take away Trigon's license, Trigon CEO Marek Juras told Parkiet daily in an interview. Juras dismissed information about Trigon's alleged cooperation with now defunct debt collector GetBack on rolling GetBack's receivables to boost debt collector's results.
Also, Trigon doesn't see the need to return the PLN 49 million remuneration it got from now GetBack based on a 2017 contract, Juras said, reiterating Trigon met all of the obligations related to the deal.
Trigon TFI plans to continue operations of its closed-end equity investment fund Polskie Perly. The fund, similarly to other absolute-return funds, is facing "relatively high" redemptioms and low liquidity of small and mid-caps, Juras said. Asked about the scale of redemptions in Trigon's funds, Juras says August proved better than the previous two months although "uncertainty among our clients remains high."