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Managing Director in Germany

SKAGEN Funds to increase focus on the German market with the hiring of Josef Scarfone as Managing Director.

Changes to SKAGEN's Board

Jan Erik Saugestad has been appointed Chairman of SKAGEN’s Board at the extraordinary general meeting that ...

SKAGEN Credit EUR liquidated

The liquidation of SKAGEN Credit EUR is now completed. The independent auditor has confirmed that neither the ...

Half Year Report 2018

SKAGEN has published its financial statement for the first half year 2018.

New opportunities

Since 2017, SKAGEN has been part of the Storebrand Group, a leading player in the Nordic market for long-term ...

CEO Schanke to leave SKAGEN

Øyvind G. Schanke is stepping down as CEO of SKAGEN. Deputy CEO Tim Warrington has been appointed Acting CEO, ...

A strong April

Following a turbulent first quarter, the global equity markets hit new highs during the month of April.

Easter opening times

In the Easter period, you will be able to buy and sell SKAGEN's funds until 12:00 CET on Wednesday 28 March. 

Result of election meeting

SKAGEN's election meeting was held on Thursday 8 March 2018, at the Radisson BLU Atlantic Hotel in Stavanger, ...

Absolutely a good year

There was a lot to be pleased about in 2017, writes Investment Director Alexandra Morris in SKAGEN Funds' ...

Notice of electoral meeting

We would like to invite unit holders in SKAGEN Funds to our electoral meeting which will be held at the ...

Meet us in Mannheim

SKAGEN Funds will be participating at the Mannheim Fondskongress 2018 in Germany on 24 and 25 January 2018.


L'historique des rendements ne constitue aucunement une garantie quant aux rendements futurs. Les rendements futurs dépendront, entre autres, de l'évolution des marchés, de la compétence des gérants du fonds, du profil de risque du fonds et des frais de gestion. Le rendement est susceptible de devenir négatif en cas de fluctuations défavorables sur les cours de valeurs.