SEB Eastern Europe Small Cap Fund is a fund with a high risk level that is actively managed fund that focuses on small caps companies in Eastern Europe including Russia and countries in the surrounded region. The fund may also invest in small cap companies outside this region provided they derive a minimum of 40 percent of their sales or profits from one or several of the eligible countries in the region. Small cap companies are defined as companies with market capitalisation of up to 2 billion euro.
The main categories of financial instruments are equities and equity related instruments.
Derivatives may be used to achieve investment objectives or for hedging. Derivatives are a type of financial instrument, the value of which is derived from underlying financial instruments.
SEB follows the UN Principles for Responsible Investments. The principles guide us in acting and investing responsibly, and promoting good business ethics and governance at SEB and the companies in which we invest.
This fund may not be appropriate for investors who plan to withdraw their money within 5 year(s).
As with most placements, the investment value of this fund could sometimes be negative: the investors risk with getting a smaller amount in return, than initially invested.
|From the start of fund (p.a.)||+9,82%|
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|NAV of unit||4,48300 EUR|
|Redemption price*||4,43817 EUR|
|Issue price*||4,52783 EUR|
* Redemption and issue prices are indicative and do not apply to transactions entered today.
Data as of 24.05.2018
|Purchase of units||1%|
|Sale of units||1%|