Sydinvest Global Value Equities EUR Acc
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Sydinvest Global Value Equities EUR Acc

Investment profile
The fund invests globally in shares. Investments may also be made in similar depositary receipts such as American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depositary Receipts (GDRs).

The typical investor
The typical investor has an investment horizon of at least 3 years and is looking for a high degree of diversification across countries, sectors and companies as a good long-term investment opportunity. Investors are expected to know that risk factors, see “Risk factors” below, may at times lead to significant price fluctuations within the fund.

The objective is to obtain a return that equals or outperforms returns in global equity markets over a three-year period while observing the fund’s risk limits.

The fund invests globally in shares. Investments are diversified across different countries and industries. The fund’s largest investments are in USA and Europe. The fund pursues an equal weight value strategy. The idea behind equal weight is that all equity investments represent roughly the same share in the fund. For instance if the fund has invested in 100 shares, each share will constitute around 1.0% of the fund. When investing according to a value strategy, we select companies that are inexpensively priced based on a number of financial ratios relative to the share price of the companies.

The fund’s benchmark is MSCI All Country World Index, including net dividends, unhedged to EUR.


Romanas Narusis, CFA
Portfolio Manager
Education: MSc, CFA, FRM
Phone: +45 7437 3369

Michael Thomassen, CFA
Portfolio Manager
Education: MSc, CFA, FRM
Phone: +45 7437 3367


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Documents and publications
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Risk Scale
Placement of the fund on the scale is determined by the fluctuations of the funds NAV over the past five years.
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