The target of investment activities is to achieve long-term value increase on the invested assets through active asset management pursuant to the Act on Common Funds and the fund's regulations.
The assets are invested mainly in publicly traded equities and equity-linked securities issued by companies listed in Eastern European countries or companies highly dependent on their economies. The assets are invested mainly in the equity markets of Poland, Turkey, Hungary and the Czech Republic. Assets will not be invested in Russia. The fund is categorized under SFDR as article 8 and promotes environmental and social characteristics, as well as good governance practices, through screening, restrictions, investment analysis and decision-making as well as active ownership. The fund follows Danske Invest’s responsible investment policy. The returns on the fund's investments, such as dividends and interest, will be reinvested. The fund's base currency is the euro.
It is generally expected that the fund's holdings, and therefore its performance, may differ significantly from those of the benchmark. The fund is suitable for investors who seek high returns and asset value increases, while also tolerating substantial value fluctuations or even decreases. The fund is suitable as part of a diversified investment portfolio. Investors may subscribe for and redeem fund units on every banking day.
Recommendation: This fund may not be appropriate for investors who plan to withdraw their money within 7 years.