About Us


Kuylenstierna & Skog S.A. is an asset management company based in Luxembourg and Sweden. We offer discretionary and advisory asset management services as well as guidance in family succession planning. The company is regulated by CSSF and CAA in Luxembourg and by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.

Employees and Board of Directors


Board of Directors


Johan Kuylenstierna
Elisabeth Skog
Amelie Kuylenstierna
Björn Carlson

Contact


Luxembourg

74 Grand-rue L-1660 Luxembourg

Stockholm

Birger Jarlsgatan 55, 11145 Stockholm

Documents


This document provides you with key investor information about this fund. It is not marketing material. The information is required by law to help you understand the nature and the risks of investing in this fund. You are advised to read it so that you can make an informed decision about whether to invest.

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Monthly Comments


Market comment

In addition to what we all face right now in our everyday lives due to the Corona virus, we also see some major movements in the financial markets. The spread of virus in the coming weeks will be crucial for markets. Measures are being put in place to deal with the difficult financial situation. Central banks and governments around the world are in the midst of launching massive crisis packages to help businesses and individuals - something that will also support financial markets. Some sectors and industries will be affected for a long time due to lower demand and disruptions in production chains while others will return to normal capacity and see a normalized demand relatively soon. We therefore do not plan to exit the market. However, we evaluate our investments and make the changes we consider appropriate. Please do not hesitate to contact your relationship manager for further information.


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Monthly Comment February 2020

In February, volatility returned to the financial markets. The big movements can mainly be explained by the outbreak of the Corona virus. After the markets dropped at the beginning of the month, they traded into positive territory as it appeared that China was in control of the spread of virus.


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Monthly Comment January 2020

The new year started with a positive trend on the world's markets but moved into negative territory in the second half of the month. Brexit, the impeachment against President Trump and the attack on an Iranian military officer did not significantly affect the markets - rather, economic...


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Market comment

In addition to what we all face right now in our everyday lives due to the Corona virus, we also see some major movements in the financial markets. The spread of virus in the coming weeks will be crucial for markets. Measures are being put in place to deal with the difficult financial situation. Central banks and governments around the world are in the midst of launching massive crisis packages to help businesses and individuals - something that will also support financial markets. Some sectors and industries will be affected for a long time due to lower demand and disruptions in production chains while others will return to normal capacity and see a normalized demand relatively soon. We therefore do not plan to exit the market. However, we evaluate our investments and make the changes we consider appropriate. Please do not hesitate to contact your relationship manager for further information.


Read More

Monthly Comment February 2020

In February, volatility returned to the financial markets. The big movements can mainly be explained by the outbreak of the Corona virus. After the markets dropped at the beginning of the month, they traded into positive territory as it appeared that China was in control of the spread of virus.


Read More

Monthly Comment January 2020

The new year started with a positive trend on the world's markets but moved into negative territory in the second half of the month. Brexit, the impeachment against President Trump and the attack on an Iranian military officer did not significantly affect the markets - rather, economic...


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