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DNB Grønt Skifte Norge (Green Shift Norway)

DNB Grønt Skifte Norge (Green Shift Norway) is an actively managed equity fund with a focus on companies that are working on solutions for different climate and environmental challenges, which are taking initiatives in the direction of the green shift.

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  • Responsible investments that contribute to the green shift

  • Low greenhouse gas emissions

  • Investing according to the EU taxonomy

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DNB Grønt Skifte Norge (Green Shift Norway)

DNB Grønt Skifte Norge (Green Shift Norway) has environmental profile whose goal is to invest in companies in Norway with a low carbon intensity and which are contributing to the green shift. DNB Grønt Skifte Norge (Green Shift Norway) does not invest in companies with exposure to fossil fuels or companies with a high degree of greenhouse gas emissions.

The goal of this actively managed equity fund is to maximise the return on the fund’s investments in the long term, without taking more risks than necessary. The fund’s benchmark index is Oslo Stock Exchange Mutual Fund Index (OSEFX)

Investing in this fund normally gives a broad exposure across all sectors, but we normally give increased exposure to companies that are taking initiatives in the direction of the green shift. The mutual fund will typically be invested in the whole range, from small and medium-sized companies to large, established corporations.

Read more about the fund on Morningstar

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Portfolio Manager Eivind Sars Veddeng talks about DNB Grønt Skifte Norge (Green Shift Norway)


The mutual fund’s management promotes environmental and social factors, in accordance with article 8 in SFDR.

SFDR - «Sustainability-related disclosure in the Financial services sector»

SFDR is the regulation in the EU action plan for sustainable finance. SFDR ensures that financial institutions publish their financial products’ investment strategy, investment objectives and actual investments.

Sustainable investment under SFDR is an investment in an economic activity that contributes to reaching an environmental goal or a social goal, and which does not cause material damage to any of these goals. An additional requirement is that the businesses invested in follow good management practices. ESG is also important in SFDR.

Examples of environmental goals:

  • Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
  • Contributing to a circular economy
  • Safeguarding biodiversity

Examples of social goals:

  • Good education
  • Reduction of poverty
  • Gender equality
Read more about the EU classification of mutual funds

Glossary for DNB Grønt Skifte Norge (Green Shift Norway)

Historical returns are no guarantee of future returns. Future returns will depend, among other things, on market movements, the skill of the Portfolio Manager, the fund’s risk level, as well as administration costs. The return may also be negative as a result of mark-to-market losses.

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