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Skagen launches three UK clean share classes

Norwegian asset manager Skagen has created clean UK share classes for three of its funds.

The B-share class became available in the New Year for equity funds Skagen Kon-Tiki, Skagen Global and Skagen Vekst, and can be accessed through distributors including Transact and Raymond James.

'We are delighted to have launched the new clean share classes, which underline Skagen’s commitment to the UK market,' Tim Gordon, client relations, Skagen Funds, said.

'Combined with our strong investment performance and high level of client service, we believe this provides a strong proposition as we look to further develop our UK wholesale presence.'   

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