WIP Hakkapeliitat mutual fund
WIP Hakkapeliitat is an actively managed mutual fund. The fund’s objective is to achieve as high as possible capital appreciation through investing in Nordic, reasonably priced small and middle cap companies’ shares with moderate risk-taking. The fund is administered by EAB Rahastoyhtiö Oy.
Valuation of the investment targets is made through fundamental bottom-up analysis, where the goal is to gain thorough understanding of the company’s business model and industry and identify the company’s ability to create value. Several factors are evaluated when determining the value of a company, including factors such as:
- Market position / competitive advantages
- Market growth
- Business model
- Management and corporate governance
- Earnings history and balance sheet
When selecting an investment object, we particularly emphasize that the company has a strong market position in its own industry and/or geographical market, or that the company or its industry in question is facing a transformation that will increase the value of the company. Analyst coverage of smaller companies tends to be lower, which in turn raises the information value of these companies. Added value can thus be created for investors through thorough fundamental analysis.
The fund’s investments are made long-term and excessive trading is avoided. The fund’s assets can be invested in equities and (other) equity linked securities, bonds (including convertibles), money market instruments, deposits at credit institutions and in standardized derivative contracts.
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Robin Hull is a Finnish snooker player. He is to this day the only Finnish snooker professional who has been on the game’s main tour. His best world ranking so far is 31. He turned pro after winning the World U-21 Championships in 1992. The highlights in his professional snooker career has been the victories in 2002 WSA Open and 2016 Coral Shoot Out. He has won the European championship two times (in 1997 and 2013) and he is also a ten-time Finnish national champion.
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