Only two global brands have managed to break the Nordic domination of the latest 'Top-3' lists of equity, bond and hedge funds picked by advisers at Fondmarknaden.se, Sweden's biggest fund supermarket.
Only two global brands have managed to break the Nordic domination of the latest ‘Top-3’ lists of equity, bond and hedge funds picked by advisers at Fondmarknaden.se, Sweden’s biggest fund supermarket.
The funds selected are not purchase recommendations per se, but represent the choices made on the basis of analysis of quantitative and qualitative factors. The funds lists are used, however, where personal financial advice is sought in addition to the self-select functions of the Fondmarknaden platform.
The factors considered by the advisers include management fees, buy/sell fees, performance fees, TER, minimum investment levels, and ratios such as Sharpe, volatility, Alpha, Beta, trackign error, as well as strategies. Qualitative factors researched include the management history, staff turnover, and working methods.
The funds on the Top-3 lists are continuously updated, but currently are as follows:
Danske Invest Lux – Global Emerging Markets Smaller Companies SEK
Skagen Fonder – Skagen Kon-Tiki (NOK)
Morgan Stanley – Global Brands
Franklin Templeton – Templeton Global Bond Fund A(acc)SEK-H1
Nordea 1 – US Corporate Bond Fund
Carnegie Asset Management – Svensk Kort Ränta
Brummer & Partners – Multi-Strategy
SEB – Räntehedge Alpha
Skandia – Global Hedge
Turn on TV news market reports, flick to the financial commentary in the business pages, and more often than not those holding forth their views of the sector will be male.
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