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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 02/12/2021 306.07 EUR 39.71 % 19.46 % 14.55 %
SKAGEN Kon-Tiki A NO0010140502 02/12/2021 100.72 EUR 8.99 % 7.36 % 5.67 %
SKAGEN m2 A NO0010657356 02/12/2021 26.60 EUR 25.10 % 9.40 % 9.05 %
SKAGEN Focus A NO0010735129 02/12/2021 17.52 EUR 27.32 % 12.53 % 9.15 %
SKAGEN Vekst A * NO0008000445 02/12/2021 351.83 EUR 30.20 % 14.27 % 10.38 %
SKAGEN Tellus A NO0010327786 02/12/2021 10.37 EUR 1.47 % 1.36 % 0.48 %

Last updated

02/12/2021

Price

306.07 EUR

Year to date

35.79 %

Last 12 months

39.71 %

Last 3 years

19.46 %

Last 5 years

14.55 %

ISIN

NO0008004009

Last updated

02/12/2021

Price

100.72 EUR

Year to date

1.01 %

Last 12 months

8.99 %

Last 3 years

7.36 %

Last 5 years

5.67 %

ISIN

NO0010140502

Last updated

02/12/2021

Price

26.60 EUR

Year to date

22.42 %

Last 12 months

25.10 %

Last 3 years

9.40 %

Last 5 years

9.05 %

ISIN

NO0010657356

Last updated

02/12/2021

Price

17.52 EUR

Year to date

22.42 %

Last 12 months

27.32 %

Last 3 years

12.53 %

Last 5 years

9.15 %

ISIN

NO0010735129

Last updated

02/12/2021

Price

351.83 EUR

Year to date

25.49 %

Last 12 months

30.20 %

Last 3 years

14.27 %

Last 5 years

10.38 %

ISIN

NO0008000445

Last updated

02/12/2021

Price

10.37 EUR

Year to date

0.90 %

Last 12 months

1.47 %

Last 3 years

1.36 %

Last 5 years

0.48 %

ISIN

NO0010327786

*Investment mandate changed on 1.1.2014. Read 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. 

SustainabilityActive ManagementActive Ownership
Why active managers have the ESG advantage
29 November 2021

Active managers have a clear advantage when it comes to ESG: we can decide which companies to hold, how much exposure we want and when to sell.

Active OwnershipSustainability
Third quarter engagement report
23 November 2021

As long-term investors, we regularly engage with our portfolio companies to promote and encourage ...

Sustainability
In COP we trust, by COP we must?
18 November 2021

We discuss the key takeaways from the Glasgow Climate Pact from a SKAGEN perspective.

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Michael Pettis: The finance professor perfectly placed at China's economic crossroads
17 November 2021

Michael Pettis will make his debut appearance at our New Year conference in January, arguably with ...

Active ManagementGlobal Stock Markets
SKAGEN Focus: The art of thinking like an industrialist
9 November 2021

So far in 2021, SKAGEN Focus has received no less than five buy-out offers for various companies ...

Global Stock MarketsActive Management
SKAGEN Global: Breaking new ground
4 November 2021

SKAGEN Global continues to navigate market volatility and economic uncertainty to deliver strong ...

Sustainability
Third quarter ESG report: A focus on process and progress
27 October 2021

Sustainability often means different things to different people but there is a clear distinction ...

Real EstateGlobal Stock Markets
Real estate's bid bonanza
19 October 2021

Record takeover activity is buoying listed property assets and boosting SKAGEN m2.

ChinaEmerging Markets
Navigating the China Syndrome
12 October 2021

The latest Chinese stock market meltdown has brought Emerging Market valuations to compelling ...

News from skagen
Proposed change to SKAGEN Global fee model
12 October 2021

SKAGEN intends to change the fee model for SKAGEN Global to the benefit of unitholders.

Global Stock Markets
CIO Update: Making sense of financial advice
29 September 2021

Would you go to your neighbour for advice about your chest pains? Unless she is a doctor, the ...

Real EstateGlobal Stock Markets
Real estate market update: a sector reborn
23 September 2021

As stock markets around the world become ever more expensive, real estate is looking increasingly ...

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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 four main pillars:

  1. We exclude a range of non-sustainable products, businesses and activities.
  2. Enhanced due diligence of companies in high-emitting industries.
  3. ESG factsheet identifying ESG factors: produced for each investment case and includes a dedicated ESG overview.
  4. 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.

Paying agent in Ireland

In Ireland, subscription and redemption may be effected through: CACEIS Ireland Limited, One Custom House Plaza, International Financial Services Centre, Dublin I

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.

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