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The fund selects low-priced, high-quality companies, mainly in emerging economies.

The objective is to provide the best possible risk adjusted return.

The fund is suitable for those with at least a five year investment horizon.

Latest report for the fund:

A boat on the sea in stormy weather
Carl Locher, The lightship at Skagen Reef, 1892. The painting is manipulated and belongs to The Art Museums of Skagen.
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The benchmark index is the MSCI EM Index (net total return), this index did not exist at the inception of the fund and consequently the benchmark index prior to 1/1/2004 was the MSCI World AC Index. This is not reflected in the table/graph above which shows the MSCI EM Index since the funds inception. Returns over 12 months are annualised.

Calculate fund return (in EUR)

Start AUM* Min. purchase Benchmark index ISIN
05/04/2002 3,337 mill. EUR 50.00 EUR MSCI Emerging Markets Index NO0010140502
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*Data at fund level, inclusive of all unit classes, as of month end. Updated on the 10th of each month.
German tax figures in NOK (as of 12/12/2017)
SKAGEN Kon-Tiki A
Aktiengewinn 1 (AKG 1)
19.3141 %
Aktiengewinn 2 (AKG 2)
17.619 %
Interim Profit (IP)
1.228791
Accumulated deemed distributed income (ADDI)
679.0153
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Knut Harald Nilsson

Portfolio Manager
SKAGEN Kon-Tiki

Cathrine Gether

Portfolio Manager
SKAGEN Kon-Tiki

Fredrik Bjelland

Portfolio Manager
SKAGEN Kon-Tiki
Geographic distribution of investments

19.89 %

Consumer Discretionary

17.34 %

Consumer Staples

17.20 %

Financials

14.39 %

Information Technology

8.72 %

Liquid assets

8.41 %

Industrials

4.63 %

Health Care

3.65 %

Energy

3.30 %

Telecommunication Services

2.46 %

Materials

as of 30/11/2017 - 41.72 % of all investments

Samsung

7.92 %

Hyundai

6.96 %

Naspers

4.52 %

SA Banci

3.70 %

X5 Retail Group

3.63 %

Mahindra

3.57 %

3.05 %

Richter

2.85 %

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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.