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

26 Rue Philippe II, 2340 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 September

Although several indicators suggest a global economic slowdown, stock markets held up well during September - some markets even reached All Time High including the SAX index in Stockholm as well as our fund.


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Monthly Comment August

August started out with falling stock markets, the OMX30 lost over 6% up until the middle of the month. The negative sentiment could be partly explained by escalating trade tensions between China and the US, an increasing risk of a hard Brexit and a general economic turmoil where the German economy is in the centre of attention.


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Monthly Comment July

In July, US stock markets rose slightly, while Asian and European markets showed weaker performance. The trade negotiations between the US and China were resumed and then cancelled without any direct progress being made. Instead, the relation between the countries worsened which affected markets negatively.


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Monthly Comment September

Although several indicators suggest a global economic slowdown, stock markets held up well during September - some markets even reached All Time High including the SAX index in Stockholm as well as our fund.


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Monthly Comment August

August started out with falling stock markets, the OMX30 lost over 6% up until the middle of the month. The negative sentiment could be partly explained by escalating trade tensions between China and the US, an increasing risk of a hard Brexit and a general economic turmoil where the German economy is in the centre of attention.


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Monthly Comment July

In July, US stock markets rose slightly, while Asian and European markets showed weaker performance. The trade negotiations between the US and China were resumed and then cancelled without any direct progress being made. Instead, the relation between the countries worsened which affected markets negatively.


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