SUSTAINABLE FRONTIER

“The combined population of Nigeria, Vietnam, Pakistan and Bangladesh is greater than the whole of the European Union but the combined market capitalisation of these countries is less than half of the Stockholm Stock Exchange.”

Frontier markets are the new emerging markets. Countries such as Vietnam, Bangladesh, Nigeria and Pakistan are about to repeat the economic success India and China have already had. The development is driven by a young, fast growing population which thanks to education taking root is gradually is becoming more productive.

Infrastructure investments, urbanisation, foreign direct investments and increasing political stability combined with economic reforms are also contributing positively.

The fund applies a sustainability approach to the investment process. Companies involved in the production and marketing of tobacco, alcohol, weapons, pornography, commercial gambling, GMO, and/or extraction/production of fossil fuels are excluded from the fund. Companies in breach of the UN Conventions are also excluded. The sustainability process is based on on-going engagement where Tundra has dialogues with companies in breach of the conventions.

8
Nov
2022
News, Sustainable, Tundra in the news
Funds Europe: Sri Lanka default puts China’s Belt and Road Initiative under scrutiny
"Economic turmoil in Sri Lanka signals that China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) will have to redefine its aims and create a plan that is more financially realistic. Sri Lanka...
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3
Nov
2022
Monthly Updates, News, Sustainable
MONTHLY COMMENT SUSTAINABLE FRONTIER – OCTOBER 2022
THE FUND HELD UP WELL DURING A WEAK MONTH In USD the fund fell 2.2% (EUR: -3.4%) during the month, compared to MSCI FMxGCC Net TR (USD) which fell 4.5%...
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19
Oct
2022
Afrika, News, Sustainable, Tundra in the news
The Africa Report: Could China’s BRI regain momentum in Africa?
"Mathias Althoff is a Vice Chief Investment Officer and Partner at Tundra Fonder, a Stockholm-based asset manager that specialises in frontier markets. He says determining whether BRI investment in Africa...
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11
Oct
2022
Afrika, News, Sustainable, Tundra in the news
The Africa Report: Nigeria – Dangote refinery can’t make up for Buhari failures, Tundra Fonder says
"When Swedish frontier markets investor Tundra Fonder started up in 2011, Nigeria was intended to provide the fund’s largest African exposure. The record of President Muhammadu Buhari has left the...
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Fund Nav Currency 1D % 3M % YTD % 1Y % 3Y % START Date
Tundra Sustainable F 23.41 EUR 1.6 -9.9 -14.6 -13.6 32.9 49.6 02 Dec 2022

Risk information

Capital invested in a fund may either increase or decrease in value and it is not certain that you will be able to recover all of your investment. Historical return is no guarantee of future return.

The Full Prospectus, KIID etc. can be found at Buy/Sell and the Annual and semi-annual reports can be found at Annual Reports. You can also contact us to receive the documents free of charge. Please contact us if you require any further information:+46 8-55 11 45 70.

DOCUMENTS

Monthly Updates

Annual and semi-annual reports

Please see the Full Prospectus for information on risks and possibilities of investments in unlisted companies. 

FACTS

Launch date: 16 Oct 2015 (Class F)
Min. investment: EUR 100.000
Management fee (ann): 2.5%
Entry fee/Exit fee: 0%/0%
Manager: Mattias Martinsson & Mathias Althoff
Benchmark index: MSCI Frontier Markets x GCC Net Total Return Index
Bank account: SEB 5864-82 092 18
ISIN: SE0006789897

PORTFOLIO MANAGERS

Mattias Martinsson
mattias.martinsson@tundrafonder.se
Lead Portfolio Manager

Mathias Althoff
mathias.althoff@tundrafonder.se
Portfolio Manager

The Full Prospectus, KIID etc. are available here. You can also contact us to receive the documents free of charge.

Please contact us if you require any further information:+46 8-55 11 45 70