AP2 keeps faith in long-term promise of value factor

The Second National Pension Fund (Andra AP-fonden, AP2) in Sweden will evaluate the first year of following the Paris-Aligned Benchmark in its global portfolio this fall, while working on integrating the same approach for domestic equities.

Hans Fahlin, Chief Investment Officer, AP2 | Photo: PR / AP2

Last week, two buffer funds published their figures for the first half-year.

AP3 had a return of 11.4 percent and tops the AP1-4 quartet rankings, but AP2's return of 10.2 percent after costs were the fund's best ever figures for any first half of the year.

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