10 March 2010, The details of the dividends are made public
11 March 2010, Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend
12 March 2010, Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend
19 March 2010, Payment day for payments in Swedish krona, SEK
23 March 2010, Payment day for payments in Euro
To receive a dividend you must own fund units when the market closes on the 11th March 2009. The last day to buy fund units and still receive a dividend is hence the 11th March. You can then sell your fund units the following day, you will still receive dividend.
If you don't wish to receive a dividend you must sell your fund units by the 11th March 2009. You can then buy fund units again the following day (12 March) without receiving a dividend.
Why do the funds pay dividends?
As most other Swedish funds, the funds pay a dividend to avoid double taxation.
What happens on the ex day?
All else being equal, the price of a fund unit will decrease with the exact same amount as the dividend per fund unit.
Why can't you provide a dividend forecast?
The size of the dividend is decided by the funds taxable result. The dividend is split between the numbers of outstanding units. Since the funds size, i.e. the number of fund units, that the dividend will be split between will change daily, a forecast can not be done.