Nordea Stable Return
  • Fund Manager  
    Asbjørn Trolle Hansen
  • Currency  
    EUR
  • Sector  
    Stable Return
  • Fund Type  
    Open Ended
  • Fund Size  
    €7,092.61m
  • Launch Date  
    02/11/2005
  • Lipper Total Return  

This Sub-fund aims to preserve the Shareholders capital and to provide a stable growth to the Shareholders over a full investment cycle. The investment manager aims to invest the assets of the Sub-fund into equities, bonds and Money Market Instruments in anticipation of up and down market movements. The investments will be made in a wide range of Transferable Securities and Money Market Instruments.

Asbjørn Trolle Hansen is Head of the Asset Allocation Team at Nordea Investment Management. Hansen joined Nordea in 2004, after having held positions at Alfred Berg, Dresdner Kleinwort Benson and NatWest. He co-manages the Nordea 1 – Stable Return fund alongside Claus Vorm and is also lead manager on the Nordea 1- Multi Asset Plus fund. Hansen has not changed his bottom-up, fundamental investment style during his tenure on the funds, although he says that he has introduced new strategies to adapt to changes in the markets. He attended both the University of Aarhus and the London School of Economics, and holds a PhD in Mathematical Finance.

Performance

1 Year 3 Year 5 Year
Nordea 1 - Stable Return BP EUR -0.95% 10.49% 27.61%
Figures correct as at 09/10/17
As at 09/10/17
Collected - HLDG Top Holdings as at 31/07/2017
HLDG Top Holdings % of fund
US TREASURY 2.000% 15-FEB-2025
2.86%
STADSHYPOTEK 2.500% 18-SEP-2019
1.97%
AMGEN INC ORD
1.7%
US TREASURY 2.000% 15-FEB-2023
1.56%
CVS HEALTH CORP ORD
1.43%
NYKREDIT REALKREDIT A/S 2.500% 01-OCT-2047
1.4%
SWEDBANK HYPOTEK 3.750% 19-JUN-2019
1.39%
WALGREENS BOOTS ALLIANCE INC ORD
1.32%
REALKRDT DANMARK 1.000% 01-APR-2019
1.25%
US TREASURY 2.000% 15-NOV-2026
1.23%

Fees

Charge Amount Rating
Total Expense Ratio1.79
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