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Intrinsic value

The objective of the intrinsic value calculation is to provide as accurately as possible the price or net asset value (NAV) of the fund per unit at a given point in time. The intrincic value that SKAGEN Funds determines for its fund units is the value of the fund's assets minus liabilities divided by the number of outstanding units in the fund. Hence, the calculation of intrinsic value gives an indication but does not provide a guarantee for the daily calculations of price (NAV). The intrinsic value is determined three times a day on all opening days for the Oslo Stock Exchange (business days).

Fund Latest price Date 09:30 12:15 16:00
SKAGEN Global A 172.60 EUR 16/01/2018 173.09 EUR 173.63 EUR 174.22 EUR
SKAGEN Kon-Tiki A 95.15 EUR 16/01/2018 95.37 EUR 95.67 EUR 95.78 EUR
SKAGEN Focus A 13.28 EUR 16/01/2018 13.31 EUR 13.34 EUR 13.33 EUR
SKAGEN Insight A 12.02 EUR 16/01/2018 12.02 EUR 12.05 EUR 12.06 EUR
SKAGEN Vekst A 253.96 EUR 16/01/2018 254.59 EUR 254.94 EUR 255.45 EUR
SKAGEN m2 A 20.45 EUR 16/01/2018 20.47 EUR 20.52 EUR 20.57 EUR
SKAGEN Tellus A 12.13 EUR 16/01/2018 12.12 EUR 12.14 EUR 12.15 EUR
SKAGEN Avkastning 14.33 EUR 16/01/2018 14.39 EUR 14.42 EUR 14.44 EUR
SKAGEN Credit EUR A 8.25 EUR 16/01/2018 8.25 EUR 8.25 EUR 8.25 EUR

The calculation of intrinsic value is no guarantee for what the base price will be on the relevant day.



When a fund is listed on the stock exchange it is obliged to calculate and publish the intrinsic value three times a day on the stock exchange's website. This is to ensure that investors who deal in the units of SKAGEN Funds avoid buying and selling at prices that deviate greatly from the fair value (intrinsic value). In order to comply with the principle of equal information to all unitholders, we also report the intrinsic value for the relevant funds on our website.


Price setting in the funds

We set prices for our funds on all working days in Norway. All prices are calculated based on the current day's market developments.

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.