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  1. A bit of suntan logic

    Many of these fund updates will tell you that the first half of the year turned out well for your investments, despite a mature cycle, a looming trade war and geopolitical tensions.

  2. Bonheur at the top of the return list

    -As we round off the first half of 2019, Fred.Olsen-controlled Bonheur lights up at the top of the return list, says portfolio manager of Pareto Aksje Norge, Torbjørn Frønningen

  3. Taking advantage through structural moves

    -May provided two examples of our portfolio companies taking advantage of the opportunity to create value through structural moves, says portfolio manager of Pareto Aksje Norge, Torbjørn Frønningen

  4. To manage a Swan-labeled fund

    In 2018, Pareto Global Corporate Bond became the first fixed income fund in Norway, Sweden and Finland to receive the Nordic Swan Ecolabel. As a result we have committed to a demanding process of verifying that all the holdings in the fund comply with the strict sustainability requirements of the Swan label at any time.

  5. Annual report 2018

    For a long time, it seemed that 2018 would be another good year in the positive long-term trend ever since the end of the global financial crisis.

  6. Seismic patience

    Geoscience company TGS-NOPEC has been in the portfolio of Pareto Aksje Norge ever since inception of the fund in September 2001.

  7. Fashion house in trouble

    In February 2017, Pareto Global bought a substantial position in the American fashion house Ralph Lauren. At the time, the investment looked like a credible restructuring case with several specific areas of possible improvement.