CB Fonder, the Stockholm based manager, has added distribution of its Save Earth fund, which is now available to local investors via SEB and the Swedish Pensions Agency, in addition to Avanza, Nordnet, Fondmarknaden.se, Swedbank, Nord Fondkommission, and via MFEX at Handelsbanken, Danica and Länsförsäkringar. The fund, which invests across the three key areas of […]
CB Fonder, the Stockholm based boutique, has said in its latest update on the CB European Quality fund that a period of European equity outperforming US equity has started. Quite apart from the particular strategy of investing in quality companies – which CB Fonder said has enabled its fund to outperform the MSCI Europe Net […]
CB Fonder, based in Stockholm, says that investors are increasingly set to reap the rewards from a so called “Marshall Plan 2.0”, which is spurring recovery across the region at a time when valuations still trail those for US assets. In its latest Europe outlook – Marshall Plan 2.0 – Welcome Back Europe – the […]
Stockholm based CB Fonder has announced the closure of its CB Hedge fund, citing returns that have not met expectations, as well as increasing regulatory costs.
Alexander Jansson has been appointed CEO of Swedish manager CB Fonder (CB Asset Management).
Swedish manager CB Fonder says in its latest analysis of the BRIC markets that their era may be over following continued underperformance in recent years.
Swedish boutique CB Fonder has launched an institutional share class for its Save Earth Fund, an environmental fund with a global investment mandate.
CB Fonder, the Swedish boutique manager, has reported all three of its funds made gains through November.
Sweden’s CB Fonder (CB Asset Management) has launched an institutional share class for its long only European Quality Fund.
Sweden’s CB Fonder is offering a 6% dividend yield to investors who put their money into its European Quality Fund (EQF) by 30 October.
Swedish manager CB has provided an update on its CB Hedge fund three years after it was “restarted” following a period of six months in which it lost 39%.
Swedish CB Asset Management’s ethical approach results in a particular selection of funds, say portfolio managers Marcus Grimfors and Alexander Jansson.