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Real Estate

UNIT PRICE
52.58
CURRENCY
SEK
1 WEEK
  0.49%
1 MONTH
  1.14%
VALUATION DATE
17 Nov 2017
CHANGE CURRENCY 


Objective of the fund

The fund aims to generate stable capital growth from investments in the real estate and building sectors. The fund invests worldwide in securities of companies whose activities are concentrated mainly on the real estate sector with an overweight in Sweden.

The fund is denominated in SEK.


Investment policy/characteristics:
  • Strategic Asset Allocation: 100% in equities and equity funds.
  • Invests globally in the real estate, building sectors and other property-related industries, such as the construction industry.
  • Invests worldwide, with a focus on the Swedish market.

The fund is suitable for the investor that:
  • Would like a global exposure in the real estate sector.
  • Would like to diversify from traditional asset classes.
  • Has a long-term investment horizon of at least five years.

Risk information

Investment return and principal value may go down as well as up and could result in a significant loss of the capital invested. Past performance should not be used as an indication or guarantee of future performance. Movements in currency exchange rates can adversely affect the return of the fund. 




ABOUT US
Ancoria is an established Insurance Company, founded in 1987. The Company services the saving and investment requirements of an extensive list of international clients by specialising in customised and carefully designed Life Insurance Policies that are underpinned by investment opportunities in a wide range of funds, structured products and equity trading.
CONTACT US
Customer service
Phone: +357 22 551 300
Fax: +357 22 498 592
Sweden Toll-Free Number:
0200 110 130
Ancoria Insurance
P.O. Box 23415
1683 Nicosia
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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
At Ancoria, we believe in investing in children and their education as they are the future of this world. We thus aim to use our strength as a company to provide opportunities to gifted students from disadvantaged backgrounds.