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DNB Global Emerging Markets

DNB Global Emerging Markets is an actively managed equity fund that mainly invests in shares in emerging markets across the entire world.

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  • Actively managed equity fund

  • Invests in developing markets across the world

You can buy DNB Global Emerging Markets in the online bank or the Spare app.

DNB Global Emerging Markets invests in growing markets all over the world.

Investing in DNB Global Emerging Markets normally offers broad exposure to sectors and regions across the investment world. The mutual fund has its largest investments in China, India, South Korea and Brazil.

Minimum purchase amount is NOK 100. With a savings scheme in mutual funds, your savings happen automatically every month.

What are emerging markets?

Emerging markets are those countries or economies that are in a transition phase between developing countries and developed countries.

The management team at DNB Global Emerging Markets

DNB Global Emerging Markets has been managed by the same team since 2017, and managers have on average more than 12 years’ experience of investing in emerging markets.


  • Aliya Orazalina
  • Abhishek Thepad
  • Erlend Fredriksen, CFA

The whole team comes from or has lived in emerging nations, and therefore has local expertise and knowledge to help them find exciting investment opportunities in the regions they manage. The fund invests in solid companies that provide exposure to the most attractive parts of the growing economies.

Portfolio Manager Erlend Fredriksen talks about DNB Global Emerging Markets (in Norwegian only)

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Equity funds are suitable for people who want to save for more than six years and who can tolerate volatility in value in the meantime.

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Historical returns are no guarantee of future returns. Future returns will depend, among other things, on market developments, the skill of the Portfolio Manager, the mutual fund’s risk, and the management costs. Returns may be negative as a result of mark-to-market losses.

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