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Sustainable funds

When selecting companies, we evaluate environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors before making any investment decisions.

SustainabilityActive ManagementInvestment Philosophy
Sustainability is his job

“Sustainability used to be considered something defensive; now it is a way of creating excess return,” says SKAGEN’s new sustainability specialist Sondre Myge Haugland.

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12. September 2019
SustainabilityGlobal Stock Markets
Storebrand intensifies deforestation engagement

SKAGEN and Storebrand are collaborating on an ambitious policy which aims to limit the depletion of ...

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16. September 2019
SustainabilityActive Management
Three days of sustainable investments

At the three-day conference which took place in September, over 1,700 members of the UN sponsored ...

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27. September 2019
Sustainability
How does SKAGEN work with sustainability?

A great deal is happening within the area of sustainability in SKAGEN. Recently we have intensified ...

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23. October 2019
Emerging MarketsSustainability
Investing sustainably in emerging markets

SKAGEN’s long-standing ESG principles have evolved over time and some of our EM holdings are ...

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14. November 2019
Sustainability
Extending our ESG influence

In 2017, SKAGEN continued to build on our focus on environmental, social and corporate governance ...

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5. March 2018

Sustainable Investing

Our sustainability policy combines the strengths of both SKAGEN and Storebrand within sustainable investing and active ownership.

Principles for Responsible Investment

In 2012, SKAGEN signed up to the UN supported Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).

Find out how the funds vote

In the overview below, you can see how SKAGEN has voted in the companies we invest in, the day after the votes have been cast. In those cases where we have voted against a company's management, an explanation is provided.

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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.