ISIN - International Security Identification Number, is a unique identifier for each fund. In Sweden, all registered funds start with letters SE followed by a 10 digit number.
Rtn. this y - Fund return in %, year to date.
Annual Fee - Ongoing Charges - expressed as % of Asset under Management, is an estimate of future costs in the fund. The estimate is based on actual costs during the previous 12 months. If a fund has changed its fees, the estimate is valid until 12 month actual historical data is available. The most important cost in the measure is the Management Fee. The Management fee includes fees to the management company, custody fees, supervisory and audit fees. The Management fees does not include interest, performance fees or commissions/transaction fees.
Risk. - The funds risk is a measure of potential return. For more information, please read the Fact Sheet and Information Broschure.
Morningstar Rating (3 years). - Morningstars Fund Rating system is a calculated risk/return measure that can be used to rank funds of similar category in the European market. The Rating is shown as a weighter average of the 3, 5 and 10 year average and expressed as a figure 1-5. The highest rank is 5 stars which is awarded to the 10% best funds in each category. A fund must have a performance history of at least three years to receive a rating. The rating is developed by the independent fund information company Morningstar.
SFDR Categorization. - EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan: Through new EU action plans and legal requirements, sustainability will become a regulated area for the financial industry. In March 2018, the European Commission launched an action plan to finance sustainable growth with three main objectives: 1) shift capital flows towards sustainable investments in order to achieve sustainable and inclusive growth 2) address financial risks arising from climate change, environmental degradation and social issues 3) increase transparency and improve reporting and promote transparency and long-term sustainability in economic activities.
The Disclosure Regulation means that new requirements will be imposed on the disclosure of sustainability-related information. The purpose of the Regulation is to (1) harmonize requirements for sustainability-related information within the EU 2) increase transparency and clarity regarding sustainability-related information 3) increase the attractiveness of sustainable investments.
Light Green - The Fund promotes environmental and/or social characteristics.
Dark Green - The fund has sustainable investments as its goal.
Other - The fund is not classified as light green or dark green.

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Fact Sheet (KIID)

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Management

Elena Lovén
Elena Lovén manages Swedbank Robur Rysslandsfond and Swedbank Robur Östeuropafond. She has extensive experience of the Russian and Eastern European equity markets and joined Swedbank Robur in 2007.

Experience and education
She has held previous positions as an equity analyst and advisor with a focus on the energy sector and emerging markets at HQ Bank (1998–2007). 

Elena has a BA in Economics & Finance from Stockholm University (1988–1991) and a university degree from Moscow Pedagogical State University (1982–1987).
Global equities team
Our global equities team invests in the majority of the markets around the world. The fund managers are responsible for their individual funds and select the companies to invest in, at the same time as the entire team works closely together, sharing knowledge and ideas. Our sustainability analysts and compliance officers also provide them with support, which provides the managers with a unique and broad basis for their investments. The team comprises ten portfolio managers who, together with the entire equity management team, have assets under management of slightly more than SEK 670 billion. 
Active equity funds
The actively managed equity funds apply an investment strategy based on analysis of fundamentals. The focus is on the selection of companies, but sector, regional and thematic analyses are also key components of the strategy. The fund managers strive through active management to attain a return that exceeds the average return in the markets where the funds invest, in other words a return that exceeds the fund’s benchmark index. Our fund managers integrate sustainability as a natural component of the funds’ investment processes. 

Fundfacts & Fees

Fundfacts
Fees

Sustainability

Sustainability measures
SFDR Categorization
Light Green
Co2
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The fund´s sustainability work

Transparency regarding the integration of sustainability risks, the promotion of environmental or social characteristics, and sustainable investments.


Environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) characteristics that are promoted by the fund’s management, or included in the fund’s objective

Environmental characteristics

Social characteristics

Practice for good governance

Other sustainable related characteristics


Reference values

The fund uses the following index as a reference benchmark

No index has been chosen as a reference benchmark


Methods used to integrate sustainability risks, promote environmental or social characteristics, or achieve a sustainable investment objective

The fund selects

The fund excludes

The fund does not invest in companies involved in the following products and services. A maximum of five per cent of the turnover of the company in which the placement takes place may relate to activities relating to the specified product or service.

Products and services

Under this heading, a fund which does not take sustainability aspects into account may also indicate which products and services are not included in the fund as a result of the fund's investment policy.

International standards

The fund does not invest in companies that violate international standards. The assessment is made either by the fund manager itself or by a subcontractor.

The fund does not invest in companies that do not take steps to address identified problems or where the fund considers that the companies will not address the problems for a period that the Fund Manager deems reasonable in the individual case.This option concerns funds that develop an action plan for contested companies, which are excluded if specified conditions are not met during the prescribed period of time.

Internationella normer avser internationella konventioner, lagar och överenskommelser såsom FN Global Compact och OECD:s riktlinjer för multinationella företag som rör frågor om miljö, mänskliga rättigheter, arbetsvillkor och affärsetik

Countries

For sustainability reasons, the fund does not invest in companies involved in certain countries/debt securities issued by certain states

Other

Other


The fund company influences

Corporate Influence in-house

Corporate influence in cooperation with other investors

Corporate influence through external suppliers/consultants

Votes at general meetings

Participates in nomination committees to influence the composition of the Board of Directors

Other corporate influence

The Fund Management Company uses its ownership power to influence companies in sustainability matters.

The Fund Management Company is in contact with companies in order to influence them in a more sustainable direction.


Information on the methodology used to assess, measure and monitor the environmental or social characteristics of the overall sustainable impact of the financial product