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Norwegian-domiciled fund performance

Returns over 12 months are annualised.

Fund ISIN Last updated Price Year to date Last 12 months Last 3 years Last 5 years
SKAGEN Global A NO0008004009 30/10/2020 204.33 EUR -1.93 % 5.44 % 6.07 %
SKAGEN Kon-Tiki A NO0010140502 30/10/2020 82.55 EUR -3.46 % -3.84 % 2.24 %
SKAGEN m2 A NO0010657356 30/10/2020 19.51 EUR -18.56 % -0.42 % 3.40 %
SKAGEN Focus A NO0010735129 30/10/2020 11.83 EUR -4.59 % -1.54 % 2.86 %
SKAGEN Vekst A * NO0008000445 30/10/2020 233.11 EUR -8.50 % -2.85 % 2.17 %
SKAGEN Tellus A NO0010327786 30/10/2020 11.08 EUR -3.82 % 0.71 % 1.16 %

Last updated

30/10/2020

Price

204.33 EUR

Year to date

-5.98 %

Last 12 months

-1.93 %

Last 3 years

5.44 %

Last 5 years

6.07 %

ISIN

NO0008004009

Last updated

30/10/2020

Price

82.55 EUR

Year to date

-8.29 %

Last 12 months

-3.46 %

Last 3 years

-3.84 %

Last 5 years

2.24 %

ISIN

NO0010140502

Last updated

30/10/2020

Price

19.51 EUR

Year to date

-23.39 %

Last 12 months

-18.56 %

Last 3 years

-0.42 %

Last 5 years

3.40 %

ISIN

NO0010657356

Last updated

30/10/2020

Price

11.83 EUR

Year to date

-11.03 %

Last 12 months

-4.59 %

Last 3 years

-1.54 %

Last 5 years

2.86 %

ISIN

NO0010735129

Last updated

30/10/2020

Price

233.11 EUR

Year to date

-14.50 %

Last 12 months

-8.50 %

Last 3 years

-2.85 %

Last 5 years

2.17 %

ISIN

NO0008000445

Last updated

30/10/2020

Price

11.08 EUR

Year to date

-4.53 %

Last 12 months

-3.82 %

Last 3 years

0.71 %

Last 5 years

1.16 %

ISIN

NO0010327786

*Investment mandate changed on 1.1.2014. More on the fund's page.

Why choose SKAGEN?

As an active and independent fund manager, we provide only a few carefully selected funds – that we ourselves invest in. We seek overlooked companies from around the world that can provide our clients with excess returns over time. Choose a fund manager who puts quality ahead of quantity. 

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Investing sustainably is essential in order to achieve the best possible risk-adjusted returns for our clients. Our sustainability strategy is built upon three main pillars:

  1. We exclude a range of non-sustainable products, businesses and activities.
  2. Sustainability is an integrated part of the investment process. We reward companies that provide sustainable solutions.
  3. Through direct dialogue with companies and voting at general meetings, we can positively influence companies behaviour over the long term.
Read more about sustainability in the funds
A Skagen painting of Hardanger
Holger Drachmann, Sørfjord. Hardanger, 1886. This painting is manipulated and belongs to The Art Museums of Skagen.
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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.