Skagen Funds forecasts AUM rebound as value offers historic opportunity

Skagen Funds Chief Executive Tim Warrington is confident the value-oriented fund company can regain its former strength after years of declining AUM. He pinpoints three factors needed to bring the Norwegian fund company back to its heyday.

Tim Warrington, chief executive officer at Skagen Funds | Photo: PR / Skagen Funds

The past decade proved difficult for many fundamental value managers, let alone their systematic counterparts.

The valuation gap between value and growth stocks was already at record level at the beginning of the year – yet the divergence has widened even further with growth and momentum outperforming during the pandemic.

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