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A Skagen painting of a man and two women walking in a yellow harvest field, carrying harvesting equipment.
Anna Ancher, Harvesters, 1905. The painting is manipulated and belongs to The Art Museums of Skagen.

When you invest in SKAGEN, you can expect:

  • A few carefully managed equity and fixed income funds with a good track record.
  • Actively managed funds whose objective is to deliver better returns than average over the long term.
  • Funds you can combine to create a well-diversified portfolio to achieve your medium and long-term investment goals.
  • Good personal service and follow-up

SKAGEN is characterised by:

Common sense

We invest in undervalued, under-researched and unpopular companies and bonds with the potential for a revaluation. Put simply, it is a matter of buying companies or bonds that are unexplored or that the market may have ignored but which we believe have the potential to increase in value.

A commonality of interest

SKAGEN's portfolio managers invest in the funds they manage. Costs are based on how well our funds perform. We therefore share the same goals as our clients.


Managing funds is all we do. We only offer a few, carefully selected equity and fixed income funds.

Independent perspective

Our head office is situated in Stavanger, Norway, and we steer clear of the noise in the world's financial markets. We often go our own way, against conventional wisdom.

Broad global focus

We invest in companies and bonds from all over the world and from a variety of industries.


We communicate in an open and honest manner, both in good times and in bad.

Long-term, stable parent

SKAGEN is part of Storebrand Asset Management, but remains an independent investment boutique reporting to its own Board.

The SKAGEN story

We invest responsibly

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.