The objective of this fund is to generate a return at least equal to the return on European equities. The fund is accumulating. The fund is categorized under Article 9 of the Regulation on Sustainability-Related Information (SFDR, EU Regulation 2019/2088). The fund's sustainable investment goal is to reduce CO2-emissions to achieve the long-term goals of the Paris Agreement. The fund does not have as its sustainable investment objective to contribute to environmental objectives in accordance with the EU Taxonomy.
The fund invests in European equities and meets a sustainable investment objective by investing in companies in accordance with the chosen index. The index has a climate objective. The index meets the minimum requirements of the benchmark regulation for an EU benchmark for climate change.
The investment strategy is passive, i.e. index-based. This means that the investments are composed to follow the chosen index. There may be investments that are not included in the index.
In addition, there may be investments in the index that are not included in the fund. Such investments may be excluded because they are considered to have a material adverse impact on a sustainable investment objective. In addition to pursuing the sustainable investment objective, the fund promotes environmental and/or social characteristics through screenings, investment restrictions and active ownership, which may similarly lead to deviations from the index. The fund follows Danske Invest’s responsible investment policy.
As an investor, you can expect that the return in general corresponds to the development in the index. The return will typically be slightly lower than the development in the fund's benchmark due to charges. Currency risk is not hedged and fluctuations in exchange rates may affect the return.
Subscription is only possible for investors with a portfolio management agreement with Danske Bank or other distributor as described in the prospectus.
Fund units can normally be redeemed on banking days.
Recommendation: This fund may not be appropriate for investors who plan to withdraw their money within 5 years.