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Effective 1/1/2014, the Fund’s investment mandate changed from investing a minimum of 50% of its funds in Norway to investing a minimum of 50% of its funds in the Nordic countries. This means that returns prior to the change were achieved under different circumstances than they are today.

SKAGEN Vekst is a long-only equity fund which predominantly invests in Nordic companies. The portfolio also contains selected global equities whenever they present a more attractive riskadjusted return opportunity.

The fund is managed by Søren Milo Christensen and Alexander Stensrud.

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Effective 1/1/2014, the Fund's investment mandate changed from investing a minimum of 50% of its funds in Norway to investing a minimum of 50% of its funds in the Nordic countries. This means that returns prior to the change were achieved under different circumstances than they are today.

The current benchmark index is MSCI Nordic/MSCI AC ex. Nordic. Prior to 1/1/2014, the benchmark index was an evenly composed benchmark index consisting of the Oslo Stock Exchange Benchmark Index (OSEBX) and the MSCI All Country World. The benchmark index prior to 1/1/2010 was the Oslo Stock Exchange Benchmark Index (OSEBX). Returns over 12 months are annualised.

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Søren Milo Christensen

Portfolio Manager
SKAGEN Vekst

Alexander Stensrud

Portfolio Manager
SKAGEN Vekst
Geographic distribution of investments

23.83 %

Industrials

19.75 %

Financials

13.26 %

Materials

10.66 %

Information Technology

9.55 %

Health Care

9.22 %

Communication Services

6.40 %

Energy

4.25 %

Consumer Staples

2.30 %

Consumer Discretionary

0.79 %

Liquid assets

as of 30/09/2020 - 43.69 % of all investments

8.02 %

5.12 %

5.01 %

4.76 %

Samsung

4.34 %

4.33 %

3.16 %

Citigroup

3.13 %

3.12 %

2.69 %

All investments
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Historical returns are no guarantee for future returns. Future returns will depend, inter alia, on market developments, the fund manager's skill, the fund's risk profile and management fees. The return may become negative as a result of negative price developments.