Legal name: XACT OMXC25 (UCITS ETF)
Exchange traded fund Registered in Sweden (UCITS) Bid

About risk

Historical yields are not a guarantee of future returns. A fund can both increase and decrease in value and it is not guaranteed that you will recover the entire invested amount. Note that a fund with risk level 5-7, as stated in the fund's fact sheet (KID), can vary greatly in value due to the fund's composition and management methodology. The prospectus, fund rules and KID are available under each fund. Summary of investors' rights.

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Factsheet and Information Brochure
Target Market
Costs and charges
Fund rules (170 kB)
Prospectus (458 kB)
Periodic reports
Annual Report (10920 kB)
Semi-annual report (1198 kB)
Marketing material
Brief fund information 
The fund is an exchange-traded index fund and its objective is to follow the performance of the OMX Copenhagen 25 GI Index to attain returns that correspond as closely as possible to the performance of this index. OMX Copenhagen 25 GI Index is a market-value weighted index consisting of the 25 most-traded equities on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. For further information please refer to the fund's prospectus.

The fund is reported as an Article 6 fund pursuant to EU regulation 2019/2088 on sustainability-related disclosures in the financial services sector (SFDR).
Christian Sopov

Fund manager

Christian Sopov Experience in the branch since 2007. Portfolio Manager since 23 January 2019.
Risk: 4/7
Risk  4/7
The risk indicator provides guidance on the risk level for this product relative to other financial products. It shows the likelihood that the product will decrease in value due to market performance. Risk level 1 represents a low risk and risk level 7 is a high risk.
Rating: 3
Total Rating™ 
The rating shows which funds have historically posted the strongest performance in relation to risk. Ratings are denoted by a scale of one to five stars, with five as the highest rating. A fund must have a performance history of at least three years to receive a rating.
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EU classification
Sustainability risks are integrated into investment decisions, but the fund does not promote environmental or social characteristics or have sustainable investments as its objective. Sustainability risks are managed primarily through engagement in the form of dialogues and active corporate governance.

The sustainability rating is developed by the fund information company Morningstar. The rating measures how well the fund's investee companies manage sustainability risks relative to other funds within the same global Morningstar category. If the fund has invested in government bonds issued by sovereign states, the respective country's sustainability risk is included in the calculation. The analyzed funds can receive a sustainability rating between 1 and 5 globes, with 5 as the highest rating.

The fund complies with the UN Principles for Responsible Investments.


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Rate 02.06.2023 1 week 1 month 3 months 2023 1 year 5 years 10 years
184.51 DKK -0.63% 0.03% 3.12% 8.20% 10.41% - -

Portfolio distribution 30.04.2023

Stocks 99.51%
Bonds and Cash 0.49%