Deep Dive into Japanese equities
Ideal case study to illustrate market efficiency
Fiscal stimulus and history to the rescue?
Tomas Johansson named manager
Bought by Storebrand
VIX index at low levels
Opportunities in a number of sectors
New CEO joins from Norway's Government Pension Fund
Gap in GDP growth between India and Brazil increases
Disconnect between stock markets and equity returns
Filip Weintraub, manager of the recently launched Skagen Focus fund, has blamed the sell-off in global markets over the past few months for the portfolio's tough start.
Finding under-valued smaller stocks is often the biggest challenge for investors.
China worries hurt performance
What is your most interesting contrarian position?
'Smart' cities, QE and income recovery
Following several fund groups' decision to publish active share figures for the first time, Investment Week asks selectors how important the tool really is for fund selection.
Skagen's Knut Gezelius is to "significantly restructure" his £4.5bn Global fund following a period of severe underperformance in 2014.
American economist Jeffrey Sachs has urged investors to add socially responsible firms to their portfolios in 2015, as consumers become more aware of companies' social and environmental credentials.
Norwegian fund manager Skagen is set to launch a concentrated global fund, subject to regulatory approval, following the rehire of manager Filip Weintraub.
Skagen is set to offer the largest institutional investors discounted shares on its Kon-Tiki and Global funds.
Investors are needing continual confirmation of their convictions in order to stay invested, and this is having an impact on emerging market indices, explains Nick Henderson from Skagen Funds.
Skagen has lost a member of the team running its property fund, while seeing a new addition to its Nordic and global equity desk.
Part I: Is peripheral Europe overvalued?