News

2016: Returns + 13.5 % and AUM + 27 %

Despite a lot of market turmoil and disrupting events, the fund´s full-year return is + 13.5 %, net of fees (Class A). Over the year the fund grew by 27 % in Assets under Management reaching 26.5 MEUR by closing of 2016. A few of the main events over the year included...

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Next cutoff date March 29th

Subscriptions and funds into the fund need to be with the fund administrator two bank days prior to Dealing Day which is the last day of the month. Next application according to this is March 29th.

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Closing of Class A SEK to new investors

Due to high foreign exchange fluctuations of SEK and GBP currencies and in the interest of protecting our shareholders from this FX exposure, we are planning to close the SEK Class A to any new investors and urge existing investors to move from SEK Class A to EUR...

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Listing on Luxembourg Stock Exchange

We are happy to announce that the fund has been approved to list two share classes at Luxembourg Stock Exchange. See link. Investing into these share classes is done through any bank in the world that is a direct member of the  Clearstream settlement system by...

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Market Comment

In light of the current market turbulence the investment manager has published our view. Read.

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The fund registered with Swedish Financial Authority

The fund was registered on July 30, 2014 with the Swedish financial supervisory authority, Finansinspektionen, as a Foreign AIF Manager. FI Registry. On the same day the fund was granted permission by Finansinspektionen as a non-EES based AIF-manager to market Class A...

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Check out our video!

In just three minutes we explain the outstanding features of forestry as an asset class. Check out our new video (English speaker) here.

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Investment guru praises timber

Value-investing legend Jeremy Grantham’s investment team and his firm GMO recently offered predictions on the performance of various asset classes over the next seven years. You may be surprised to learn that timber was #1 on that list. Nor is Grantham alone in his...

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