TIN Fonder today launches the fund Core New Technology. The initiative is launched in collaboration with Bure Equity AB. Responsible managers are Carl Armfelt and Erik Sprinchorn. The fund is already starting today and is available from the start of Avanza, Nordnet and SEB. For larger investors such as family offices or institutions, it is also possible to become a direct customer.
”Innovative and profitable companies with good growth should be the core of long-term savings. Here we want to give everyone the opportunity to participate. ” says Erik Sprinchorn.
We want to continue to work to ensure that as many entrepreneurs as possible choose to come to the stock exchange. We see this as the best way to keep our digital clips. In the coming 15+ years, there will be a reallocation of value from those who own old to those who own new technology. ” says Carl Armfelt.
TIN Fonder was started in 2019 by the portfolio managers Carl Armfelt and Erik Sprinchorn. They both have long experience of fund management and have previously worked together on, among others, Brummer & Partners and Swedbank Robur. The vision is for profitable innovative companies to be at the heart of long-term savings.
About Core New Technology
The objective of the fund is to achieve long-term performance by investing in small and midcap companies focused on technology and innovation. The fund primarily invests in the Nordics. The mainly invests in software, health and digital brands and the fund is looking for companies with strong cash flows and good profitability.
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