Key Investor Document will change
22.12.2022: Due to new EU regulation, the current Key Investor Document on our website will be replaced by a new document.
New fund focusing on UN Sustainable Development Goals in emerging markets
21.11.2022: An existing Danske Invest ESG fund will change into a fund with a sustainable investment objective, focusing on equities in emerging markets that contribute positively to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Danske Invest SICAV Euro Sustainable High Yield Bond is adjusting its name
24.10.2022: Danske Invest SICAV Euro Sustainable High Yield Bond is changing its name and removing the word ‘Sustainable’. The reason is a harmonisation of fund names.
New type of fund offers ‘all-in-one’ with a special focus on sustainability
19.09.2022: Danske Invest is launching a new type of fund for investors who want to significantly diversify their investments but at the same time are keen to focus strongly on sustainability.
Date of first payout from Danske Invest SICAV Russia and Danske Invest SICAV Eastern Europe has been set
16.05.2022: Following the decision to liquidate Danske Invest SICAV Russia and Danske Invest SICAV Eastern Europe, a date has now been set for the first payout to shareholders.
The war in Ukraine – Danske Invest FAQ
29.04.2022: We are closely following the war in Ukraine and our thoughts go out to everyone affected. Below, you will find the answers to some of the questions that relate to Danske Invest.
Liquidation of Danske Invest Russia and Danske Invest Eastern Europe
28.04.2022: The Board of Directors of Danske Invest SICAV has decided to liquidate the following two funds: Danske Invest SICAV Russia and Danske Invest SICAV Eastern Europe.
Danske Invest’s mutual funds in Denmark will be closed for trading around Easter 2022
07.04.2022: All mutual funds under Danske Invest, Danske Invest Select and Danske Invest Index will be closed for trading around Easter 2022 in connection with the change of custody bank.
A selection of funds are closed for trading due to the closing of the Russian stock market
24.03.2022: As a result of the closing of the local Russian stock market, trading has been suspended in the Danske Invest equity funds that have a significant weight of Russian equities. . [Updated March 24, 2022]
No more fossil fuels in index funds with a sustainable investment goal
17.03.2022: Danske Invest has decided to divest all investments in fossil fuels from six index funds with a sustainable investment goal.
Danske Invest excludes Russian government bonds and Russian state-owned companies from funds
01.03.2022: As a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Russian government bonds and Russian state-owned companies will be excluded from Danske Invest funds.
Number of Danske Invest funds with negative return expectations adjusted
04.01.2022: Danske Invest has in recent years decided to label those funds where investors should be particularly aware of low return expectations. The number of flagged funds has just been updated.
Now you can access more responsible funds
20.12.2021: Danske Invest is re-categorising its funds to increase your opportunity to invest in products that are either ESG funds or funds with a sustainable investment objective. We are also increasing the level of disclosure for all responsible investments.
Danske Invest switching custody bank in Denmark
16.12.2021: Danske Invest, Danske Invest Select and Danske Invest Index are switching custody bank in Denmark from Danske Bank to J.P. Morgan. The migration will be carried out in April 2022 and will have no significance for you as an investor.
Six index funds now funds with a sustainable investment objective
01.07.2021: Is it important for you that your investments support sustainable development? Then you may be pleased to hear that several Danske Invest index funds have now been categorised as article 9 products, referred to as funds with a sustainable investment objective, in accordance with EU regulations.
New EU rules to aid comparison of investments with sustainable elements
10.03.2021: Is it important for you that your investments contribute to a sustainable future? Then you will be pleased to learn that investing responsibly has become easier.
Fund gets new benchmark
20.10.2020: Danske Invest SICAV Global Corporate Sustainable Bond has from 20 October 2020 been assigned a new benchmark, so in future the fund will measure its return against the bond index Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Corporate 1Bln+ (hedged into EUR). Up to now, the fund’s benchmark has been Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Corporate Total Return Index (hedged into the respective class currency).
Funds flagged with negative return expectations updated
09.10.2020: Last year, we at Danske Bank took the initiative to flag those funds where investors should be particularly aware of low or negative return expectations. We have just finished updating the number of flagged funds based on new return models.
Record number of Danske Invest funds awarded Europe’s oldest sustainability label
24.09.2020: A substantial number of Danske Invest’s funds have just been awarded the sustainability label LuxFLAG ESG – making Danske Invest the fund manager in Europe with most funds bearing the certification.
Corona crisis - steps taken to protect funds and investors in Danske Invest SICAV-SIF
31.03.2020: The corona crisis has affected all financial markets in recent weeks. In the interests of our funds and investors, certain funds have been suspended and the use of swing factors has been expanded.
Suspension - Questions & Answers
26.03.2020: Find answers to typical questions about suspensions.
How we at Danske Invest steer our funds through the Corona crisis
26.03.2020: At Danske Invest, we have taken a number of initiatives to ensure that our clients’ investments come through the crisis as securely as possible.
Stay updated on suspensions
18.03.2020: Due to high volatility and liquidity constraints on the financial markets, the prices of investments owned by the Funds may not be promptly and accurately ascertained, which might further result in inaccurate valuation of the Funds’ assets.
Suspension of Funds 9 March 2020
10.03.2020: Danske Invest SICAV, Danske Invest SICAV-SIF and Danske Invest Allocation.
Danske Invest is to flag funds as a consequence of the low yield environment
28.01.2020: As a consequence of the low interest level, Danske Invest is taking the initiative to flag a number of funds, where investors needs to pay special attention to the return possibilities.
Tobacco dropped from all Danske Invest funds
19.11.2019: Driven by the ambition to meet customer demands, Danske Invest will no longer invest in tobacco companies. The new investment restriction will be implemented in Danske Invest funds starting 19 November 2019.
Changes in Danske Invest Global Corporate Bonds
14.10.2019: New name and updated prospectus secure better consistency between the name of the fund, the wording of the prospectus and the fund's investments.
Danske Invest equity fund gets new, renowned portfolio manager
14.10.2019: Aberdeen Asset Management is set to be replaced as portfolio manager on 18 November 2019 for Danske Invest SICAV Global Emerging Markets, which invests broadly in emerging market equities. Taking over will be US firm Fidelity Institutional Asset Management.
New investment framework in Danish bond funds
14.10.2019: Changes are being made to the Danske Invest SICAV Danish Bond and Danske Invest SICAV Danish Mortgage Bond funds.
Improved opportunities for funds with alternative investments
25.09.2019: We are expanding the frameworks of the two funds Danske Invest SICAV-SIF Alternatives - Defensive and Danske Invest SICAV-SIF Alternatives - Offensive, which invest in alternative assets.
Danske Invest Sverige Småbolag celebrates its anniversary with a sustainable return
02.09.2019: The Danske Invest Sverige Småbolag equity fund can look back on a successful first year thanks to a special focus on companies with sustainable, solid business strategies.
Liquidation of Equity Opportunities fund
13.02.2019: Danske Invest Allocation - Equity Opportunities has too few investors to be profitable.
Four funds to discontinue as independent funds
06.02.2019: Four Danske Invest funds will be merged into other existing funds, ensuring that investor contributions will continue to be invested in our funds.
Danske Invest SICAV
11.12.2018: We are settling and closing Danske Invest SICAV - Europe Long-Short Dynamic, as the fund has too few investors to be profitable.
Increased focus on sustainability in two funds
16.10.2018: As part of Danske Invest's commitment to sustainable investing, we have recently increased the focus on ESG factors ESG focus in two funds as well as strengthened the engagement processes.
Improved terms and conditions for fund investors
29.08.2018: Changes in terms and conditions for calculating performance fees in several funds.
Four funds cease as independent funds
29.08.2018: The four equity funds will be merged into other existing funds so the investments remain in equities.
Danske Invest will be closing the Europe Long-Short Dynamic Plus fund
02.08.2018: The fund is being closed because the overall investment volume has proven not to be sufficient to provide a satisfactory return.
Terms and conditions improved and simplified in more funds
29.06.2018: At Danske Invest we constantly strive to make investing in our funds simpler and more attractive. We have therefore altered the terms and conditions for three of our funds.
Danske Invest refrains from investing in thermal coal and tar sands
27.02.2018: Danske Invest is furthering its commitment to sustainability and responsible investment. Therefore, we are implementing new investment restrictions for a number of thermal coal and tar sand companies.
24.11.2017: On 10 November 2017, Danske Invest's Swedish UCITS funds were merged into Danske Invest's Luxembourg UCITS funds, as per the information previously provided to the concerned unitholders.
Danske Invest SICAV Europe Absolute is changing its name and strategy
03.08.2017: Danske Invest Europe Absolute SICAV is changing its investment strategy. Focus will be on the eastern European equity markets, which is why the name will change to Eastern Europe Absolute.
Opportunities and risks for investors in Q3
06.07.2017: We are in a Goldilocks scenario writes chief strategist Tine Choi in her new Quarterly View.
Broader strategy for Danske Invest SICAV Europe Focus
10.05.2017: Danske Invest is adjusting its strategy for the Europe Focus fund.
Robust growth supporting equity markets
05.05.2017: The global economy is continuing to expand at a fast pace, making equities attractive - says Tine Choi from Danske Bank, who advises Danske Invest, in her monthly commentary on the financial markets.
Optimism crosses the Atlantic to Europe in Q2
31.03.2017: The equity market upturn of the past six months can be expected to cool in Q2, when we will have a modest overweight in equities and see greatest potential in European equities, says Danske Invest's chief analyst Jan Holst Hansen in his market commentary.
Chief analyst still positive on equities
08.03.2017: Danske Invest's chief analyst Jan Holst Hansen still sees no sign of global growth slowing two months into the new year.
14.02.2017: Danske Invest FCP funds to be transferred to Danske Invest SICAV.
Strong global economy - we have bought more equities
06.02.2017: Danske Invest's chief analyst Jan Holst Hansen expects global growth to continue and has increased the weighting of European equities. He explains why in this blog.
Q & A: Expert picks in Eastern European equities
12.01.2017: How did Eastern European equities fare in 2016, and where will the chief portfolio advisor focus in 2017?
Growth set to continue in 2017 despite elections in Europe
06.01.2017: Danske Invest's chief analyst gives his take on the financial markets for the coming year.
Trump victory could support global growth
05.12.2016: Danske Invest's Chief Analyst Jan Holst Hansen has a positive view on global equities going into December.
Trump wins - what it means for the markets
09.11.2016: The result of the US presidential election could mean uncertainty and jitters in the short term, but opportunities in the slightly longer term.
New portfolio manager for Danske Invest China
05.10.2016: Christina Chung from Hong Kong is tasked with finding the most attractive Chinese companies to invest in.
Our view on equities and the economy for the rest of the year
05.10.2016: NEW INVESTOR BRIEF: All eyes on the US in Q4 - we cap risk in our portfolios. The US will grab much of the attention in Q4 with two major events - the presidential election and a long-awaited rate hike.
The chief analyst's three scenarios for the global economy
25.07.2016: Bo Bejstrup Christensen sets his economic outlook for the rest of 2016 - including worst and best case.
Political turmoil and Chinese growth will set the agenda in Q3
05.07.2016: Investor Brief: UK vote to leave the EU means further uncertainty going into the third quarter of this year.
New fund: Sustainable corporate bonds
28.06.2016: Danske Invest has launched a new fund with corporate bonds selected on the basis of sustainability and responsibility criteria.
Visiting Europe's largest pharmaceutical companies
09.06.2016: Sector specialist Claus Henrik Johansen has visited four companies included in Danske Invest's global and European equity funds. Here is his update.
Less of a tailwind for global equities
26.05.2016: Chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen from Danske Invest explains why we have reduced our equity weightings.
Chief analyst: How we approach the Brexit referendum
27.04.2016: The UK referendum on EU membership is contributing to a deteriorating risk/reward ratio for investors.
Have oil prices been dealt a death blow?
20.04.2016: Chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen assesses the outlook for oil prices following the past weekend's failed OPEC meeting
Responsibility is integral to a good investment
18.04.2016: Thomas H. Kjærgaard, head of Responsible Investment at Danske Bank, talks about responsible investments in Danske Invest's funds.
We have just reduced our equity holdings slightly
15.04.2016: Chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen is generally positive on the global economy, but expects risk to increase going forward.
Why the expert sees opportunities in European high yielders
13.04.2016: European monetary policy and the basically sound health of the corporate sector make European high-yield bonds attractive, says Danske Invest's chief analyst.
Calmer markets - but uncertainty ahead
05.04.2016: INVESTOR BRIEF: We are currently overweight in equities, but expect to reduce risk later in the year.
Best equity manager 8 years in a row
31.03.2016: Morningstar has named Danske Invest best equity manager in Denmark for the eighth year in a row. Thank you Morningstar and thank you all our local investment experts.
Where does the expert see opportunities in US equities?
21.03.2016: Fears of a recession in the US have eased, whetting the appetite of a Portfolio Manager for cyclical equities.
Time to sell equities?
21.03.2016: Chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen sees potential challenges ahead for the equity market.
Rise of the US cyclicals
08.03.2016: After a very wobbly start to the year, US cyclical equities appear poised to rise.
Was that this year's biggest buy signal for equities?
03.03.2016: Chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen estimates the equity market may have reached its final turning point.
Where did China go?
29.02.2016: Positive signals from China despite the gloom, says chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen.
Super Mario never gives up - good for us!
18.02.2016: Danske Invest's chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen expects that the ECB will do what is necessary to support the market.
Concern is warranted - but not panic
11.02.2016: Chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen explains why market panic will subside.
Talk of a US recession is wildly overblown
09.02.2016: Chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen dismisses the prophets of doom.
Danske Invest hedge fund scoop prestigious award
25.01.2016: Danske Invest fund scoopes prestigious, international EuroHedge Award for excellent results.
Five important questions - and answers - on oil prices in 2016
12.01.2016: While the oil price is expected to rise this year, geopolitics will play a key role for oil markets after several years of absence.
Investors should remain calm despite fall in equity prices
11.01.2016: Current market turmoil is temporary, says Danske Invest's chief analyst Bo Bejstrup Christensen, who explains the reasons behind the new year's shaky start.
Will Yellen become the best Fed chair ever?
23.12.2015: The Fed boss now has the chance of timing monetary policies right - or failing thus risking sending the USA into recession.