DNB's reputed technology fund has underperformed in the last two years

In the last two years, the fund has underperformed and it is 20 percentage points behind its benchmark.

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DNB Technology has generated solid returns since its launch in 2001. In the last two years, however, the fund has underperformed, and it is now 20 percentage points behind the index, according to Norwegian business newspaper Finansavisen.

For some years, DNB technology was the star fund of DNB and the managers Anders Tandberg‐Johansen, Sverre Bergland, Erling Thune and Erling Kise.

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