Danske Invest continuously monitors and evaluates the success of the portfolio managers of all the funds it manages to ensure that it can offer investors attractive and competitive funds. As a result, we have decided to change the portfolio manager, investment policy and name of the Danske Invest Global Tech Fund.
How will the fund regulations and the investment policy change?
In line with the new investment policy, the fund will aim to track the return development of the benchmark index. In the future, S&P North America Technology Sector will be the official benchmark index of the fund. In accordance with the new Fund Regulations, the benchmark index will be published in the key investor information document. Portfolio manager of the fund is changed to Danske Bank Asset Management.
In connection with the fund regulation changes, the name of the fund will be changed to reflect the new investment policy. The new name of the fund will be Danske Invest Technology Index. In addition to the above changes, the Fund Regulations will be updated in accordance with regulatory changes.
|Name of the fund
until 3 April 2018
|Name of the fund
from 4 April 2018
|Danske Invest Global Tech Fund||Danske Invest Technology Index Fund|
What does this mean for investors?
The new, more efficient investment strategy will cut down the costs of the fund, and the management fee of the fund will decrease significantly. In the future, the management fee will be 0.50% instead of the current 1.70%, and the new fee will take effect already on 1 March 2018.
until 28 February 2018
from 1 March 2018
|Class G / D||1.70%||0.50%|
|Class W G / W D||1.11%||0.33%|
Unit holders will not be required to take any action in connection with these changes. The new Fund Regulations, taking effect on 4 April 2018, will be available as of 28 February 2018 at www.danskeinvest.fi, from Danske Bank branch offices and Investment Line, tel. +358 200 2590, Monday–Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (local/mobile charges apply).
Danske Invest Fund Management Ltd
Board of Directors