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
Anders Lindbergh

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


Monthly Comment December 2022

After strong stock market performance during October and November, mainly driven by signals of declining inflation and hopes for softer central banks, market sentiment changed as focus shifted to the state of the economy and a possible slowdown.


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Monthly Comment November 2022

Markets kept rising during November. Strong demand in global industry, a slightly lower inflation rate with falling commodity prices and less hawkish tones from the central banks contributed to the positive sentiment. Both the ECB and the FED...


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Monthly Comment October 2022

Despite continued high inflation figures, the major stock indexes rose in October. The companies' reports for the third quarter have been in focus, generally they have been satisfactory. On the Swedish side, the industrial companies showed continued strong order intake, higher costs with some margin pressure as a result, and positive currency effects due to a weak SEK.


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Monthly Comment December 2022

After strong stock market performance during October and November, mainly driven by signals of declining inflation and hopes for softer central banks, market sentiment changed as focus shifted to the state of the economy and a possible slowdown.


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Monthly Comment November 2022

Markets kept rising during November. Strong demand in global industry, a slightly lower inflation rate with falling commodity prices and less hawkish tones from the central banks contributed to the positive sentiment. Both the ECB and the FED...


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Monthly Comment October 2022

Despite continued high inflation figures, the major stock indexes rose in October. The companies' reports for the third quarter have been in focus, generally they have been satisfactory. On the Swedish side, the industrial companies showed continued strong order intake, higher costs with some margin pressure as a result, and positive currency effects due to a weak SEK.


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