Targeting long-term outcomes for a wide range of investors
As a client at Didner & Gerge, you can expect our portfolio managers to take an active, sustainable and long-term approach to generating returns on your investment. Our active equity strategies are characterized by bottom up stockpicking in concentrated portfolios and an information advantage derived from proprietary research. Get in touch today for more information.
Active fund management. For real.
Didner & Gerge is an independent fund management firm founded in 1994 in Uppsala. We pursue real active fund management, and our goal is to create best in class long-term returns.
In our active fund management, we strive to deliver a return that exceeds relevant benchmarks, while maintaining a reasonable level of risk. It is our genuine belief that active management will outperform the benchmarks over time. The stock exchange has historically fluctuated and will most certainly continue to do so. That is why we always recommend our clients, individuals as well as institutional, to have a long-term investment horizon. Five years or longer.
Reports for our funds
Sustainable Investment Policy
Our fundamental view is that a well-managed company is one that respects international norms and agreements regarding human rights, labour, the environment and corruption. Responsible and sustainable conduct is in the best interests of our unitholders and ourselves. Accordingly, we take a long-term perspective when we invest and our constant ambition is to find companies that understand the importance of conserving resources and minimising risk.
Read more in our Sustainable Investment Policy
Remember that saving in funds is always associated with risk. Historical returns are no guarantee of future returns. The funds can both increase and decrease in value and it is not certain that you will get back the full amount invested. Always read the Fund’s Key Investor Information Document (UCITS KIID) before investing. The Fund’s UCITS KIID and prospectus are available on our website or can be provided by mail. Contact us on +46 (0)18-640 540 and we will send you this information free of charge.