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Shareholders' meeting

Handelsbanken Kapitalforvaltning AS invites to a shareholders' meeting due to mergers in the funds: XACT OBX, XACT Derivat Bull and XACT Derivat Bear.

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a) Merger of XACT OBX

A shareholders' meeting will take place due to a merger of the fund XACT OBX. 

Date: 21.08.2017

Time: 10 am 

Place: Tjuvholmen Allé 11, 0252 Oslo. Please sign in at the reception

The meeting applies to all that was registered shareholder as of august 4 2017. 

For more information, please contact xact@handelsbanken.se

 

b) Merger of XACT Derivat Bull

A shareholders' meeting will take place due to a merger of the fund XACT Derivat Bull. 

Date: 21.08.2017

Time: 10 am 

Place: Tjuvholmen Allé 11, 0252 Oslo. Please sign in at the reception

The meeting applies to all that was registered shareholder as of august 4 2017. 

For more information, please contact xact@handelsbanken.se

 

c) Merger of XACT Derivat Bear.

A shareholders' meeting will take place due to a merger of the fund XACT Derivat Bear. 

Date: 21.08.2017

Time: 10 am 

Place: Tjuvholmen Allé 11, 0252 Oslo. Please sign in at the reception

The meeting applies to all that was registered shareholder as of august 4 2017. 

For more information, please contact xact@handelsbanken.se

 

Closed primary market for XACT OMXS30

The market for issuing and redeeming fund units (primary market) in XACT OMXS30 will be closed from June 30 to July 3 due to index rebalancing.

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Please observe that the secondary market is open.

Dividend amount in XACT OMXSB Utd.

The dividend amount in XACT OMXSB Utd. will be 18.27 SEK per share.

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The amount corresponds to 4.0 percent of the NAV at close on june 12. 

Dividend in XACT OMXSB

The dividend in XACT OMXSB will be 4,00 % of the NAV at close June 12, 2017.

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The following schedule applies for dividend from XACT OMXSB Utd.

June 1, 2017 Information of dividend on www.xact.se

June 13, 2017 Last day to trade fund units including right to receive dividend

June 14, 2017 Ex.date - The fund is traded excluding dividend

June 15, 2017 Record day

June 20, 2017 Payment day

Dividend schedule XACT OMXSB Utd.

The following schedule applies for dividend from XACT OMXSB Utd.

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June 1, 2017 Information of dividend amount on www.xact.se

June 13, 2017 Last day to trade fund units including right to receive dividend

June 14, 2017 Ex.date - The fund is traded excluding dividend

June 15, 2017 Record day

June 20, 2017 Payment day

Xact lists a new Nordic Smart Beta ETF

Today, Xact is listing the first Nordic smart beta ETF, which tracks stable, dividend-paying equities. The fund, XACT Nordic High Dividend Low Volatility, tracks an index that combines dividends and stable returns.

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This strategy is used by major institutional investors on the one hand and private savers on the other, and is particularly attractive when traditional low risk investments provide no – or very low – returns.

Complementing dividends with the “low risk” factor (i.e. low volatility in the share) creates the basis for the index to identify stable, dividend-paying stocks – a strategy that has historically provided stronger returns than a traditionally market value-weighted index.

“It’s very pleasing today to list XACT Nordic High Dividend Low Volatility, and to bring the first Nordic smart beta ETF to the market. With our new ETF we aim to meet the market’s demand for stable, dividend-paying equities with a smart exposure in a smart format – and also at a low cost,” says Pär Nürnberg, Chief Executive of Xact Kapitalförvaltning.

The strategy used by the fund has proved successful historically, particularly during periods of rising interest rates.

“This is the reason why we have chosen to launch this fund as our first smart beta ETF,” says Pär Nürnberg.

 

First day of trading: 6 April on Nasdaq Stockholm

Legal name: XACT Nordic High Dividend Low Volatility (UCITS ETF) (B1 SEK)

Exchange code: XACTHDIV

Management fee: 0.30 per cent annually

ISIN: SE0009778954

 

For further information, please contact: Pär Nürnberg, Chief Executive, Xact Kapitalförvaltning AB +46 (0)8 701 3405

Changes of fund rules

Xact Kapitalförvaltning will be changing the fund rules for the Swedish domiciled ETFs on January 20, 2017. The funds' character, investment focus and risk level will not be changed due to the changes in the fund rules.

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Dividend amount in XACT OMXSB Utd.

The dividend amount in XACT OMXSB Utd. will be 13.31 SEK per share.

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The amount corresponds to 3.5 percent of the NAV at close on june 7. 

Dividend in XACT OMXSB

The dividend in XACT OMXSB will be 3,5 % of the NAV at close June 7 2016.

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The following schedule applies for dividend from XACT OMXSB Utd.

June 1, 2016 Information of dividend on www.xact.se

June 8, 2016 Last day to trade fund units including right to receive dividend

June 9, 2016 Ex.date - The fund is traded excluding dividend

June 10, 2016 Record day

June 15, 2016 Payment day

Dividend from XACT OMXSB Utd.

The following schedule applies for dividend from XACT OMXSB Utd.

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June 1, 2016 Information of dividend amount on www.xact.se

June 8, 2016 Last day to trade fund units including right to receive dividend

June 9, 2016 Ex.date - The fund is traded excluding dividend

June 10, 2016 Record day

June 15, 2016 Payment day

Xact lists the first Swedish small cap ETF

XACT Svenska Småbolag (UCITS ETF), the first exchange-traded fund that follows the Swedish small cap market will be listed today by XACT. This unique fund gives a liquid exposure to small caps and has a management fee of 0.30%, which is the lowest among Swedish small cap funds.

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“There has been great interest in a liquid small cap fund from both institutional clients as well as from private investors. XACT Svenska Småbolag, which follows the broad Swedish small cap market, is the first of its kind to provide exposure to Swedish small caps in combination with the ease of ETF trading, liquidity and cost-effectiveness,” says Pär Nürnberg, CEO Xact Kapitalförvaltning AB.

In addition to XACT Svenska Småbolag, XACT Obligation (UCITS ETF), which follows the largest and most creditworthy bond loans in the Swedish market, as well as XACT Råvaror (UCTIS ETF), which is a global commodity fund with a Nordic focus, will also be listed today.

“Broadening the range of assets is key for building well-diversified portfolios based on ETFs. Thus, a natural part of Xact’s business strategy is to also offer fixed income and commodity ETFs. By offering XACT Svenska Småbolag we also expand our coverage of Swedish equity exposure with a new and sought after niche product, thereby covering large-, mid- and Swedish small caps,” concludes Pär Nürnberg.

“Trading on the Nordic ETF market increased by 29% in 2015, measured by the number of transactions, which indicates a high level of interest for these products among investors,” says Helena Wedin, Nordic Sales Director, ETP/ETF, Nasdaq. “We work continuously in our market to increase visibility for our listed companies. It is very exciting that Xact is now able to provide both institutional and private investors the opportunity to follow the performance of our smaller companies through Sweden’s first small cap ETF.”

New Chief Executive of Xact Kapitalförvaltning AB

Pär Nürnberg has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of Xact Kapitalförvaltning AB.

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At present, he is Deputy Chief Executive of the company and is currently the Acting Chief Executive. He will take up his new position on 1 February 2016.

Read the pressrelease here. 

Xact lowers management fees

Xact lowers management fees

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On April 14, Xact lowers the management fee for the Exchange Traded Funds XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB Utdelande and XACT Nordic 30. The new management fee will be as follows;

ETF

New management fee

Previous management fee

XACT OMXS30

0.10%

0.30%

XACT OMXSB Dividend

0.15%

0.30%

XACT Norden 30

0.15%

0.40%

Final NAV for delisted funds

The last share value of each of the delisted funds are calculated and will be payed in Swedish krona to your account around the 23rd of June. Please note that XACT Oil Service will be payed in Norwegian krona since it was only traded in Norway.

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Fund Share value
XACT Nordic 120 136,50 SEK
XACT Bank 161,20 SEK
XACT Materials 110,90 SEK
XACT Construction and Real Estate 154,68 SEK
XACT Energy 156,40 SEK
XACT Consumer 121,61 SEK
XACT Health Care 191,37 SEK
XACT Industrials 119,34 SEK
XACT China 101,31 SEK
XACT Sweden All Bond 115,67 SEK
XACT Sweden Repo 103,92 SEK
XACT Commodity   68,01 SEK
XACT Oil Service 110,60 NOK

Notices of extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders of SHB SICAV

Xact's Luxembourg-registered ETFs are issued by SHB SICAV. Attached are notices of an extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders.

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A shareholder has the right (but not the obligation) to attend the meetings. Contact Xact for more information.

Click here to se the notice.

Delisting of Exchange Traded Funds

The Board of Directors of SHB SICAV has decided to delist the following Exchange Traded Funds (“ETF”) as of June 4 2014:

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Fund ISIN
XACT Nordic 120 LU0530353027
XACT Bank LU0530353290
XACT Materials LU0530353969
XACT Construction & Real Estate LU0530353456
XACT Energy LU0530353373
XACT Consumer LU0530353613
XACT Health Care LU0530353704
XACT Industrials LU0530353886
XACT Oil Service LU0554583590
XACT Commodity LU0530354181
XACT China LU0593935454
XACT Sweden All Bond LU0569192288
XACT Sweden Repo LU0569192445

Last day to trade fund units on the stock exchange is June 4, 2014.Sell orders are placed in the ordinary manner; through your internet bank, broker or branch office. The usual commission is charged. Sales proceeds will normally be paid three business days following the sale to your custody account or your ISK-or VP-account.

The funds´ assets will be sold around June 9, 2014. Unless you have sold your fund units on June 4, 2014 at the latest, your holding of fund units will be redeemed on or about June 23, 2014. Payment will be made to your custody account or your ISK-or VP-account.

For further information, please contact + 46 8 701 40 00 

Dividend from XACT OMXSB Utd.

The following schedule applies for dividend from XACT OMXSB Utd.

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June 2, 2013         Information of dividend amount on www.xact.se

June 10, 2013       Last day to trade fund units including right to receive dividend

June 11, 2013       Ex.date - The fund is traded excluding dividend

June 13, 2013       Record day

June 18, 2013       Payment day

Notice to the Shareholders of SHB SICAV

Fundnames

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In accordance with the recommendation of ESMA the Board of Directors of SHB SICAV has resolved to insert the reference to "UCITS ETF" in the name of each sub-fund of SHB SICAV. 

Further information can be obtained here.

Notices of general meetings of the shareholders of SHB SICAV

Xact's Luxembourg-registered ETFs are issued by SHB SICAV. Attached are notices of the annual general meeting of the shareholders.

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A shareholder has the right (but not the obligation) to attend the meetings. Contact Xact for more information.

Click here to se the notice and the proxy.

Reverse split in XACT Derivat Bear

A reverse share split will be executed as per March 11, 2014 in the Norwegian Exchange Traded Fund XACT Derivat Bear.

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A 1-for-10 reverse share split of the fund units of XACT Derivat Bear will be executed, i.e every ten fund units will be exchanged for one (1) fund unit, rounding down to the nearest one fund unit. The reverse split is executed on March 11, 2014. Please note that from March 11, 2014 the fund units are traded at the new price, i.e approximately ten times higher than before execution of the reverse split. Total market value of the fund will not be affected by the reverse split. 

For further information, please contact Handelsbanken Kapitalforvaltning AS + 47 22 39 70 00 or fond@handelsbanken.no

Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during Jan and their exposure for Feb.

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Sector allocation

The performance during Jan for our selected sectors was higher than the market. The strategy’s performance was 0,16% compared to Nordic 120´s -0,96%, outperforming the market by 1,12%.

This month’s sectors are as following: Bank & Insurance, Construction & Real Estate and Healthcare.

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for Jan with a performance of -2,14%. Bonds gave 0,97% and commodities-2,34% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks.

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was -1,17%, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of -2,14%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks.

Regards Xact

Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during Dec and their exposure for Jan.

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Sector allocation

The performance during Dec for our selected sectors was lower than the market. The strategy’s performance was 1,52% compared to Nordic 120´s 1,68%, underperforming the market by 0,16%.

This month’s sectors are as following: Bank & Insurance, Consumer and Healthcare.

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for Dec with a performance of 1,93%. Bonds gave -0,44% and commodities-0,78% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks.

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was 0,24%, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of 1,93%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks.

Regards Xact

Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during Nov and their exposure for Dec.

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Sector allocation

The performance during Nov for our selected sectors was lower than the market. The strategy’s performance was 0,55% compared to Nordic 120´s 1,57%, underperforming the market by 1,02%.

This month’s sectors are as following: Construction & Real Estate, Healthcare and Materials.

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for Nov with a performance of 1,88%. Bonds gave 0,80% and commodities-1,19% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks.

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was 0,44%, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of 1,88%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks.

Regards Xact

New ISIN-codes after the reverse splits

After execution of the reverse split on Wednesday (9/10) the following funds will have new ISIN-codes.

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New ISIN-codes:

Xact Bear: SE0005466513

Xact Bear 2: SE0005466505

Read more about the reverse splits here.

Reverse share split of Xact Bear and Xact Bear 2

The Board of Directors in Handelsbanken Fonder AB has decided to execute a 1-for-10 reverse split of the fund units of Xact Bear and a 1-for-3 reverse split of the fund units of Xact Bear 2.

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The condition for the reverse split of Xact Bear is 1:10. Every ten fund units will be exchanged for one (1) fund unit.

The condition for the reverse split of Xact Bear 2 is 1:3. Every three fund units will be exchanged for one (1) fund unit.

The reverse split of the above fund units will be executed according to the following schedule: 

RevSplit

Please note that from October 9, 2013 the fund units are traded at the new price. After execution of the reverse split the fund units will have a new ISIN-code. 

Xact Bear

Example: If you hold 625 fund units before the reverse split, your holding will be 625/10 = 62.5 units when the reverse split has been executed. Rounding down results in a holding of 62 fund units and a cash payment for the value of 0.5 units. Payment for odd lots will be paid to your cash account connected to your custody account around October 24, 2013.

A sale will be conducted for holdings of less than 10 fund units. For holdings not evenly divisible by 10 you may purchase fund units on the stock exchange in order to obtain a holding evenly divisible by 10. Such purchase must be done on October 8, 2013 at the latest. 

Reporting of the new number of fund units on your custody account will be done according to the routines of your custodian.

A tax event may occur at the sale of the fractions of fund units, i.e. a profit or loss may arise. 

Xact Bear 2

Example: If you hold 185 fund units before the reverse split, your holding will be 185/3 = 61.66 units when the reverse split has been executed. Rounding down results in a holding of 61 fund units and a cash payment for the value of 0.66 units. Payment for odd lots will be paid to your cash account connected to your custody account around October 24, 2013.

A sale will be conducted for holdings of less than three fund units. For holdings not evenly divisible by three you may purchase fund units on the stock exchange in order to obtain a holding evenly divisible by three. Such purchase must be done on October 8, 2013 at the latest. 

Reporting of the new number of fund units on your custody account will be done according to the routines of your custodian.

A tax event may occur at the sale of the fractions of fund units, i.e. a profit or loss may arise.

Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during Aug and their exposure for Sept.

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Sector allocation

The performance during Aug for our selected sectors was higher than the market. The strategy’s performance was -0,68% compared to Nordic 120´s -1,00%, outperforming the market by +0,32%.

This month’s sectors are as following: Bank & Insurance, Healthcare samt Industrials..

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for Aug with a performance of -1,56%. Bonds gave -0,82% and commodities 3,99% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks.

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was 0,53%, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of -1,56%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks.

Regards Xact

Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during July and their exposure for Aug.

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Sector allocation

The performance during July for our selected sectors was higher than the market. The strategy’s performance was 9,19% compared to Nordic 120´s 7,22%, outperforming the market by +1,97%.

This month’s sectors are as following: Energy, Healthcare and Materials.

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for July with a performance of 7,22%. Bonds gave 0,49% and commodities 3,90% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks.

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was 3,87%, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of 7,22%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks.

Regards Xact

Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during June and their exposure for July.

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Sector allocation

The performance during June for our selected sectors was lowe than the market. The strategy’s performance was -7.12% compared to Nordic 120´s -6.42%, underperforming the market by +0.70%.

This month’s sectors are as following: Consumer, Construction & Real Estate and Materials.

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for June with a performance of -5.25%. Bonds gave -1.08% and commodities -3.92% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks.

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was -3.42%, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of -5.25%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks.

Regards Xact

Dividend amount in XACT OMXSB Utdelande

The dividend amount of the above stated Exchange Traded Fund is SEK 13.00 per fund unit.

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Registered holder of fund units on the record day will receive dividend.

If a holder of fund units does not wish to receive the dividend, units must be sold on or before June 11, 2013.

The schedule for the dividend is as follows:

  • June 3 Dividend is announced to the market
  • June 11 Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend
  • June 12 Ex-dividend; the fund units are traded ex dividend
  • June 14 Record day
  • June 19 Payment day

For further information please contact Xact phone: +46 8 701 40 00

Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during May and their exposure for June.

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Sector allocation

The performance during May for our selected sectors was higher than the market. The strategy’s performance was +2.66% compared to Nordic 120´s +0.71%, overperforming the market by +1.95%.

Constr. & Real Estate was the best performer with +2.94%, while Materials came in worst on +2.45%. This month’s sectors are as following: Energy, Healthcare and Industrials.

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for May, which turned out to be the top performer with a performance of +1.57%. Bonds gave -0.71% and commodities -1.52% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks for June.

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was -0.22%, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of +1.57%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks.

Regards Xact

Dividend from XACT OMXSB Utd.

The following schedule applies for dividend from XACT OMXSB Utd.

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June 3, 2013         Information of dividend amount on www.xact.se

June 11, 2013       Last day to trade fund units including right to receive dividend

June 12, 2013       Ex.date - The fund is traded excluding dividend

June 14, 2013       Record day

June 19, 2013       Payment day

Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during April and their exposure for May.

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Sector allocation

The performance during April for our selected sectors was lower than the market. The strategy’s performance was +0.05% compared to Nordic 120´s +0.77%, underperforming the market by -0.72%.

Bank was the best performer with +4.40%, while Energy came in worst on -2.78%. This month’s sectors are as following: Construction & Real Estate, Industrials and Materials.

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for April, which turned out to be the top performer with a performance of +2.17%. Bonds gave 0.96% and commodities -5.90% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks for May.

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was -0.90%, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of +2.17%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks.

Regards Xact

Announcement from Ordinary General Meeting in SHB SICAV.

Announcement from Ordinary General Meeting in SHB SICAV.

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Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during March and their exposure for April.

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Sector allocation

The performance during March for our selected sectors was lower than the market. The strategy’s performance was +0.77% compared to Nordic 120´s +0.84%, underperforming the market by -0.07%.

Healthcare was the best performer with +2.69%, while Industrials came in worst on -0.75%. Healthcare are replaced with Banks. This month’s sectors are: Banks, Industrials and Energy.

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for March , which turned out to be the top performer with a performance of +1.38%. Bonds gave 0.52% and commodities -0.11% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks for April.

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was +0.60%, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of +1.38%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks.

Regards Xact

Notices of general meetings of the shareholders of SHB SICAV

Xact's Luxembourg-registered ETFs are issued by SHB SICAV. Attached are notices of the annual general meeting of the shareholders.

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A shareholder has the right (but not the obligation) to attend the meetings. Contact Xact for more information.

Klick here to se the notice.

Klick here to se the proxy.

Change of Board of Directors of Handelsbanken Fonder AB

On an extra ordinary meeting held on March 5, 2013 Mr Olle Lindstrand was appointed as a new member as well as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Handelsbanken Fonder AB.

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New Market Maker in our ETFs

We are happy to announce that Virtu Financial from now on is a Market Maker for the following ETFs: XACT Bull, XACT Bull 2, XACT Bear, XACT Bear 2 and XACT OMXS30.

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Please click on this link to see the full list of Market Makers and Authorised Participants for Xact ETFs.

Regards Xact

Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during February and their exposure for March.

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Sector allocation

The performance during February for our selected sectors was lower than the market. The strategy’s performance was +1.96% compared to Nordic 120´s +3.73%, underperforming the market by -1.77%.

Industrial was the best performer with +6.57%, while Material came in worst on -2.89%. Materials are replaced with Energy. This month’s sectors are: Health Care, Industrials and Energy.

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for January, which turned out to be the top performer with a performance of +2.65%. Bonds gave 0.27% and commodities -3.50% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks for March.

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was -0.19%, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of 2.65%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks.

Regards Xact

Strategy performance and allocation

The performance for our strategies during January and their exposure for February.

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Sector allocation

The performance during January for our selected sectors was higher than the market. The strategy’s performance was +5.62% compared to Nordic 120´s +5.25%, outperforming the market by +0.37%. Banks was the best performer with +11.6%, while Industrials came in worst on +0.20%. Bank and Consumer are replaced with Health Care and Industrials. This month’s sectors are: Health Care, Industrials and Materials.

 

Momentum

Our momentum model had stocks as its pick for January, which turned out to be the top performer with a performance of +5.83%. Bonds gave -1.05% and commodities +3.59% (SEK). The model continues to select stocks for February (this is the third time in a row).

 

Equal weight

The performance for an equally weighted portfolio was 2.79% during January, compared to OMXS30-index with a performance of 5.83%. Since this strategy is static, it does not do any monthly picks. 

Regards Xact

All time high AUM in XACT OMXS30

In January XACT OMXS30 reached an all time high AUM – 9 billion SEK! XACT OMXS30 has five stars in Morningstar’s fund rating and it´s the second largest index fund in Sweden. Its positive performance over time has surely contributed to its popularity as well as the fact that it’s easy to trade over the stock exchange.

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Closure of Xact Europe Bull and Xact Europe Bear

The Exchange Traded Funds Xact Europe Bull and Xact Europe Bear will be closed. February 25, 2013 is the last day to trade fund units on the stock exchange.

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For fund holders who have not sold its fund units on this date by the latest, the fund units will be redeemed and payment will be made to the fund holders’ cash account as soon as the custodian (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken) has liquidated the funds.

Until February 25, 2013 trading in fund units will take place as usual; purchase and sale is made on the stock exchange through your broker or bank. 

The dividend amounts have been decided

The dividend amount for XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB and XACT Nordic 30 have now been decided.

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Fund Currency Dividend per fund unit Total number of fund units  Total dividend
XACT OMXS30 SEK 1,64 82 600 000 135 464 000
XACT OMXSB SEK 14,43 5 475 000 79 004 250
XACT Nordic 30 EUR 0,06 51 850 000 3 111 000

 

The schedule for dividends in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB and XACT Nordic 30 is as follows:

7 June 2012, The details of the dividends are made public

8 June 2012, Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend

11 June 2012, Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend

18 June 2012, Payment day in SEK

20 June 2012 Payment day in EUR

To receive a dividend you must own fund units when the market closes on the 8th June 2012. The last day to buy fund units and still receive a dividend is hence the 8th June. 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 8th June 2012. You can then buy fund units again the following day 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 cannot be done. 

Dividends from XACT's funds

The schedule for dividends in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB and XACT Nordic 30 is as follows:

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7 June 2012, The details of the dividends are made public

8 June 2012, Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend

11 June 2012, Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend

18 June 2012, Payment day in SEK

20 June 2012 Payment day in EUR

To receive a dividend you must own fund units when the market closes on the 8th June 2012. The last day to buy fund units and still receive a dividend is hence the 8th June. 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 8th June 2012. You can then buy fund units again the following day 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 cannot be done.  

Options on XACT OMXS30

For the first time options will be listed on an exchange traded fund (ETF) on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm.

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Starting today standardised options can be traded on the exchange traded fund XACT OMXS30. Read the press release here.

Announcement from Ordinary and Extraordinary General Meeting in SHB SICAV

Announcement from Ordinary and Extraordinary General Meeting in SHB SICAV.

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Read more here.

Notices of general meetings of the shareholders of SHB SICAV

XACT's Luxembourg-registered ETFs are issued by SHB SICAV. Attached are notices of the extraordinary general meeting and annual general meeting of the shareholders to be held on April 10th, 2012.

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A shareholder has the right (but not the obligation) to attend the meetings. However, any attendance requires that the shareholder completes and hands in a proxy no later than 5 p.m. on April 5th, 2012. Shareholders desiring to attend a meeting is therefore requested to contact XACT (telephone +46 8 701 40 00, emailxact@handelsbanken.se) for further information.

Notice of the extraordinary general meeting

Notice of the annual general meeting


The dividend amounts have been decided

The dividend amount for XACT Bear, XACT Bear 2, XACT Bull and XACT Bull 2 have now been decided.

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Fund

Currency

Dividend per fund unit

Total number of fund units

Total dividend

XACT Bear

SEK

0.26

54 600 000

14 196 000

XACT Bear 2

SEK

0.83

5 350 000

4 440 500

XACT Bull

SEK

1.58

6 350 000

10 033 000

XACT Bull 2

SEK

2.30

3 800 000

8 740 000

 Read the press release here.

The schedule for dividends in XACT Bear, XACT Bull, XACT Bear 2 and XACT Bull 2 is as follows:

14 March 2012, The details of the dividends are made public

15 March 2012, Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend

16 March 2012, Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend

23 March 2012, Payment day

To receive a dividend you must own fund units when the market closes on the 15th March 2012. The last day to buy fund units and still receive a dividend is hence the 15th 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 15th March 2012. You can then buy fund units again the following day (16 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 number of outstanding units can change daily, a forecast cannot be done.

Dividends from XACT's funds

The schedule for dividends in XACT Bear, XACT Bull, XACT Bear 2 and XACT Bull 2 is as follows:

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14 March 2012, The details of the dividends are made public

15 March 2012, Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend

16 March 2012, Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend

23 March 2012, Payment day

To receive a dividend you must own fund units when the market closes on the 15th March 2012. The last day to buy fund units and still receive a dividend is hence the 15th 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 15th March 2012. You can then buy fund units again the following day (16 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 cannot be done.  

XACT Fonder AB transfer the management of all funds to Handelsbanken Fonder AB

The Board of Directors of XACT Fonder AB has decided to transfer the management of all of its funds, currently managed by the fund company, to Handelsbanken Fonder AB.

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XACT Fonder AB and Handelsbanken Fonder AB are both part of the Handelsbanken Group. The Board of Directors of Handelsbanken Fonder AB has decided to assume the management of above mentioned funds. The transfer will be executed as soon as the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (Finansinspektionen) has given XACT Fonder AB permission to do so, however not before 1 January 2012.

The management of the funds will be the same and the fund regulations will remain unchanged except that the management company will change. Since the daily running of the funds is already outsourced to Handelsbanken Fonder AB, the transfer will not imply any changes in practice. The funds will keep their names.

XACT China - add some spice to your portfolio

With XACT China you can buy the Hong Kong stock exchange 40 largest Chinese companies on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm in one quick and easy transaction.

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Read more in the press release.

Dividend amounts

The dividend amounts for XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB and XACT Nordic30 have now been decided.

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Fund

Currency

Dividend per fund unit

Total number of fund units

Total dividend

XACT OMXS30

SEK

5.60

63 750 000

357 000 000

XACT OMXSB

SEK

13.90

7 725 000

107 377 500

XACT Nordic 30

EUR

0.24

51 950 000

12 468 000

This information is only applicable to XACT OMXSB, XACT OMXS30 and XACT Norden 30.

7 June 2011, The details of the dividends are made public

8 June 2011, Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend

9 June 2011, Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend

16 June 2011, Payment day for XACT OMXS30 and XACT OMXSB.

20 June 2011, Payment day for XACT Norden 30.

To receive a dividend you must own fund units when the market closes on the 8th June 2011. The last day to buy fund units and still receive a dividend is hence the 8th June. You can then sell your fund units the following day and still receive dividend.

If you don't wish to receive a dividend you must sell your fund units by the 8th June 2011. You can then buy fund units again the following day (9th June) 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 is not a dividend forecast provided?
The size of the dividend is based on the funds taxable result. The total dividend amount is divided with the number of outstanding units. Since the number of outstanding units can change daily, a forecast cannot be provided.

Dividend dates

This information is only applicable to XACT OMXSB, XACT OMXS30 and XACT Norden 30.

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7 June 2011, The details of the dividends are made public

8 June 2011, Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend

9 June 2011, Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend

16 June 2011, Payment day for XACT OMXS30 and XACT OMXSB.

20 June 2011, Payment day for XACT Norden 30.

To receive a dividend you must own fund units when the market closes on the 8th June 2011. The last day to buy fund units and still receive a dividend is hence the 8th June. You can then sell your fund units the following day and still receive dividend.

If you don't wish to receive a dividend you must sell your fund units by the 8th June 2011. You can then buy fund units again the following day (9th June) 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 is not a dividend forecast provided?
The size of the dividend is based on the funds taxable result. The total dividend amount is divided with the number of outstanding units. Since the number of outstanding units can change daily, a forecast cannot be provided.

Announcement from Ordinary General Meeting in SHB SICAV

Announcement from Ordinary General Meeting in SHB SICAV

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Announcement from Ordinary General Meeting in SHB SICAV. To read the announcement in its entirety, please see attachment:

XACT lists the first Swedish fixed income ETFs

XACT is the first market player to list two Swedish fixed income-based ETFs on March the 21st.

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XACT Obligation (Swedish All Bond) is based on a broad basket of Swedish bonds, while XACT Repo tracks the Riksbank's repo rate. Read the full press-release here.

XACT lists unique ETF on Oslo stock exchange

XACT lists unique ETF on Oslo stock exchange

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XACT is now listing the world’s first ETF to be entirely focused on Nordic oil service companies. XACT Oil Service tracks the Oslo Børs OBX Oil Service Index (OBOSX), an index based on the performance of the largest stocks on the Oslo exchange that are linked to the oil service sector. Read the full press release here.

Name change for XACT Nordic 30

Name change for XACT Nordic 30

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XACT Nordic 30 will change its official name to XACT Norden 30 with effect from March 1st, 2011. New short name will be XACT Norden 30. ISIN code and orderbook ID will not change.

Read equity market information here. 

Changes of Board of Directors of SHB SICAV and XACT Fonder AB

Changes of Board of Directors of SHB SICAV and XACT Fonder AB

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Mr. Pär Nürnberg, head of business development within Handelsbanken Funds has been appointed as new board member of SHB SICAV. SHB SICAV, domiciled in Luxembourg, issues Exchange Traded Funds listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. The funds are marketed by XACT Fonder AB.Mr. Magnus Fageräng, head of infrastructure and IT within Handelsbanken Capital Markets has been appointed as board member of XACT Fonder AB, replacing Mr. Per Beckman. Mr. Pär Nürnberg, head of business development within Handelsbanken Funds has been appointed as new board member, replacing Mr. Claes Norlén. För further information, please contact:Henrik Norén, Managing Director XACT Fonder AB,+ 46 8 701 12 22,+ 46 70 291 12 22

Exchange Traded Funds celebrate their tenth anniversary

Exchange Traded Funds celebrate their tenth anniversary

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It is ten years to the day since the first exchange-traded fund, XACT OMXS30TM, was listed on the Stockholm stock exchange. Since then, the turnover in exchange-traded funds (ETFs) has increased a hundredfold. ETFs have gone from being a cost-effective tool for a few professional investors to good value-for-money favourites for a growing number of private investors.

"I think we're just at the beginning. With a growing supply of ETFs with differing investment profiles, creating greater opportunities, I believe that more and more investors will choose ETFs as part of their investment strategy." So said Henrik Norén, managing director of XACT Fonder AB when the company's first ETF, XACT OMXS30TM, celebrated 10 years on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm (the Stockholm stock exchange). 
"The growing interest in ETFs is reflected, among other things, in the inflow we have seen to XACT OMXS30TM over the past three years," continues Henrik Norén. "Assets under management have increased by just over 100 percent, despite a slight downturn in stock market performance."

Since the launch, trading in ETFs has rocketed, from a turnover of just under SEK 1.8 billion in 2001 to just over SEK 210 billion last year.
"An exchange-traded fund is a simple, cheap way of tracking the performance of a given market, such as the stock market, which has helped ETFs to become more popular with small private savers, too," says Jenny Rosberg, SVP of NASDAQ OMX Nordic.

Since the launch, the Swedish stock market and XACT OMXS30TM, which tracks the performance of the 30 most traded shares on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, have had a dramatic journey. It began during the long market downturn in the wake of the IT bubble and has included terrorist attacks and the financial crisis of 2008 - a bumpy ride, but after ten years, the fund is up by 25 percent. The change in the index is a historical reflection of the performance of the 30 largest Swedish companies during that period. At the fund's launch in October 2000, the Ericsson share had the largest weight in the index, with almost one-third, followed by AstraZeneca and Nordea. Today, H&M is the largest, followed by Nordea and TeliaSonera.

Full press release

XACT launches the first commodity ETF on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

XACT launches the first commodity ETF on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

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On Oktober 12 XACT Fonder listed a new ETF that tracks the price of 15 commodities, including oil, electricity, pulp, and gold. 

"In recent years the popularity of both commodities and ETFs has increased sharply, so it is only logical for us to offer a commodity ETF," says Henrik Norén, Managing Director of XACT Fonder, the world's largest provider of ETFs with a Nordic focus. 
"Our new commodity ETF offers investors a unique opportunity to invest in a product that combines the traditional fund's risk sharing with the stock trading opportunities for a low fee," Henrik Norén continues. 

XACT Råvaror is the first exchange-traded fund that combines global exposure with a clear Nordic focus, offering electricity and paper pulp in the commodity mix. 
"For those who believe in yet another cold winter, XACT Råvaror offers an interesting investment opportunity. The price of electricity rises with the cold, which will also be reflected in fund performance," says Henrik Norén. 

Different commodity-based investments are attracting increasing numbers of investors and have become an integral part of the diversification of risk in many portfolios. 
"In a medium risk portfolio with a 10-year investment horizon, we currently recommend up to 20% commodities," says Torbjorn Iwarson, commodity manager at Handelsbanken. 

Commodities have performed well, both over the past decade as well as the previous 40 years. They also offer risk diversification and security for long-term savings.

"The commodities included in the index are largely those that the investor will consume in the future, which, in a way, makes an investment in the ETF a simple way to save for future consumption, " says Torbjorn Iwarson. 

XACT Råvaror follows the index "SHB Commodity Index Excess Return" which has returned 41.6% in the period January 2005 to September 2010.

The new ETF will be listed on the OMX Stockholm on Tuesday, October 12th. Exchange-traded funds (ETF) are currently the fastest growing financial product, and XACT Råvaror is the ninth new ETF listed by XACT Fonder during the fall of 2010.

ETF Råvaror follows a total of 15 commodities (percentage of fund total): Gasoline (13%), Gasoil (diesel) (13%), Crude oil (13%), Electricity (12%), Copper (11%), Aluminium (9%), Gold (7%), Soybeans (5%), Zinc (4%), Wheat (3%), Cattle (3%), Silver (2%), Pulp (2%), Pork (2% ) and Nickel (1%), all of great importance to the Nordic economies. The ETF is registered in Luxembourg.


For further information, please contact:

Henrik Norén, Managing Director XACT Fonder, + 46 8 701 1222.  

 

XACT is the largest issuer of ETFs on the Nordic market and currently manages SEK 20 billion in 20 ETFs.

XACT Fonder was founded in 2000 by then OM Gruppen AB (now Nasdaq OMX), the same year as the first exchange-traded fund (ETF) was launched in Europe. In 2004, the company was acquired by Handelsbanken and has since then been a wholly owned subsidiary of Handelsbanken. XACT was the first issuer in the world to offer leveraged ETFs with XACT Bull and XACT Bear, launched in 2005. The daily turnover in XACT ETFs averages around SEK 1 billion.

Record listing of eight new Nordic ETFs from XACT

Record listing of eight new Nordic ETFs from XACT

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XACT launches eight new exchange-traded funds (ETFs), the largest single listing to date of ETFs with Nordic focus.

The new ETFs are XACT Nordic 120, which tracks the NASDAQ OMX index consisting of the 120 largest and most traded Nordic companies, and seven sector ETFs tracking the largest listed Nordic companies within the sectors bank & insurance, material, construction & real estate, energy, consumer goods, health care and industrials.

 

"With our new listing, we will now be able to meet the increasing demand for ETFs with exposure to Nordic companies," says Henrik Norén, Managing Director of XACT Fonder, the world's largest provider of ETFs with a Nordic focus.

ETFs are one of the fastest growing investment forms in the world. XACT's new ETFs offer unprecedented opportunities for investors with a focus on the Nordic market.The new sector-ETFs offer investors the possibility to create a portfolio according to their own market view on key sectors in the Nordic economies. XACT's ETFs track NASDAQ OMX's Nordic sector indices, with the largest Nordic companies within the selected sectors.

"The new ETFs are aimed at all types of investors and are also attractive to retail investors, who can now take positions in selected sectors and diversify their exposure to risk," says Jenny Rosberg, Executive Vice President at Nasdaq OMX.

The following eight new ETFs will be listed on the Nasdaq OMX Nordic on September 29:

 

XACT Nordic 120
XACT Bank
XACT Materials
XACT Construction & Real Estate
XACT Energy
XACT Consumer Goods
XACT Health Care
XACT Industrials 

The ETFs are registered in Luxembourg.

For further information, please contact:

Henrik Norén, Managing Director XACT Fonder + 46 8 701 1222.

XACT is the largest issuer of ETFs on the Nordic market and currently manages SEK 20 billion in 12 ETFs.

XACT Fonder was founded in 2000 by then OM Gruppen AB (now Nasdaq OMX), the same year as the first exchange-traded fund (ETF) was launched in Europe. In 2004, the company was acquired by Handelsbanken and has since then been a wholly owned subsidiary of Handelsbanken. XACT was the first issuer in the world to offer leveraged ETFs with XACT Bull and XACT Bear, launched in 2005. The daily turnover in XACT ETFs averages around SEK 1 billion.

Dividend amounts in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB and XACT Nordic30

Dividend amounts in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB and XACT Nordic30

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The dividend amounts for XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB and XACT Nordic30 have now been decided.

 

 

 

Fund

Currency

Dividend per fund unit

Total number of fund units

Total dividend

XACT OMXS30

SEK

3.44

67 500 000

232 200 000

XACT OMXSB

SEK

18.01

4 450 000

80 144 500

XACT Nordic30

EUR

0.16

45 200 000

7 232 000

 

 

4 June 2010, The details of the dividends are made public

7 June 2010, Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend

8 June 2010, Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend

15 June 2010, Payment day for payments in Swedish krona, SEK

17 June 2010, Payment day for payments in Euro 

To receive a dividend you must own fund units when the market closes on the 7th June 2009. The last day to buy fund units and still receive a dividend is hence the 7th June. 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 7th June 2009. You can then buy fund units again the following day (8th June) 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 number of outstanding units can change daily, a forecast cannot be done.

Dividend Dates

This information is only applicable to XACT OMXSB, XACT OMXS30 and XACT Nordic. XACTs Bull & Bear funds pay their dividend in March.

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4 June 2010, The details of the dividends are made public

7 June 2010, Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend

8 June 2010, Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend

15 June 2010, Payment day for payments in Swedish krona, SEK

17 June 2010, Payment day for payments in Euro 

To receive a dividend you must own fund units when the market closes on the 7th June 2009. The last day to buy fund units and still receive a dividend is hence the 7th June. 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 7th June 2009. You can then buy fund units again the following day (8th June) 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 number of outstanding units can change daily, a forecast cannot be done.

Dividend amounts in XACT Bull and XACT Bear

Dividend amounts in XACT Bull, XACT Bear, XACT Bull 2, XACT Bear 2, XACT Europe Bull 2, XACT Europe Bear 2 has now been decided.

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The dividend amount in XACT Bear is 1 343 000 SEK in total, corresponding to 0.02 SEK per share.

No dividend is paid out from the other funds.

In order to receive the dividend in XACT Bear a registration as holder of fund units with Euroclear Sweden is required on the record day. If a holder of fund units does not wish to receive dividend, units must be sold on or before March 11, 2010.

The schedule for the dividends in XACT Bear is as follows: 

March
10      Dividend is announced to the market
11      Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend 
12      Ex-dividend; the fund units are traded ex dividend
19      Payment day

For further information please contact XACT Fonder AB, phone: +46 8 701 40 00

Dividend dates for XACT's Bull & Bear funds

The schedule for the dividends in XACT Bear, XACT Bull, XACT Bear 2, XACT Bull 2, XACT Europe Bear 2 och XACT Europe Bull 2 is as follows:

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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.  

XACT launches new exchange traded funds

XACT Fonder has launched two new exchange traded funds on the Stockholm Stock Exchange (NASDAQ OMX). The new funds XACT Europe Bull 2 and XACT Europe Bear 2 follow the Dow Jones EURO STOXX 50 Index, which tracks the 50 largest stocks in Euroland.

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The funds have a leverage of two, which means a daily increase in XACT Europe Bull 2 with approximately two percent if the index increases with one percent. XACT Europe Bear 2, which has an inverse or negative leverage, moves in the opposite direction to the index, with a factor of two. The funds are traded on NASDAQ OMX in SEK and are the only of its kind in Sweden.  The management fee is 0.6%. Handelsbanken, Carnegie and Erik Penser will act as market makers for the funds. 

"XACT Fonder was the first ETF provider in the world to launch leveraged exchange traded funds and today we have a total of eight Bull and Bear funds", says Henrik Norén, Managing Director of XACT Fonder. "We see a strong demand for these types of products which is why we consider it a natural step to also offer European exposure in our Bull and Bear family."

"The Dow Jones EURO STOXX 50 Index remains the preferred underlying for exchange traded products as it offers liquid exposure to Europe´s leading blue-ship companies in a single vehicle," said Ricardo Manrique, chief executive officer, STOXX Ltd. "The index is a logical choice to expand XACT´s lineup of leveraged ETFs".

XACT´s leveraged ETFs are often among the most traded shares on NASDAQ OMX, Oslo Børs and Burgundy. As the leading provider of ETFs on the Nordic market, XACT Fonder currently offers 14 Exchange Traded Funds on the Stockholm Stock Exchange and Oslo Børs.    

 

For further information please contact: 
Henrik Norén, CEO XACT Fonder AB, + 46 8 701 1222

Last day to trade XACT F Sweden on the stock exchange is the 17 December 2009

The Exchange Traded Funds XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Euro ("XACT F Euro") and XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Sweden ("XACT F Sweden") will be closed at year-end.

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December 14, 2009 is the last day to trade fund units on the stock exchange in XACT F Euro and December 17, 2009 is the last day to trade fund units in XACT F Sweden on the stock exchange. For fund holders who have not sold its fund units on these dates by the latest, the fund units will be redeemed and payment will be made to the fund holders' cash account around January 7 and January 11, 2010 respectively.

Until December 14 and December 17, 2009 respectively, trading in fund units will take place as usual; purchase and sale is made on the stock exchange through your broker or bank.

 

 

XACT FTSE RAFI Euro

XACT FTSE RAFI Sweden

Last day to trade on the stock exchange

Dec 14 -09

Dec 17-09

Payment to holders who sold on the stock exchange on the last day

17-dec-09

22-dec-09

Payment  to holders who has not sold its fund units on the stock exchange before December 14 and December 17 respectively

Jan 11-10

Jan 7 -10

XACT Fonder launches new Exchange Traded Funds

On November 6, XACT Fonder listed two new ETFs on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. The new ETFs, XACT Bull 2 and XACT Bear 2, both track the OMXS30TM-index, which in turn reflects the performance of the 30 most traded shares on NASDAQ OMX.

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The Exchange Traded Funds have a leverage of 2, which means a daily increase in value in XACT Bull 2 of approximately 2% when index increases with 1%. XACT Bear 2, which has a negative or inverse exposure, returns twice the daily inverse of the index return.

"XACT Fonder was the first ETF company in the world to launch leveraged ETFs, the well-known XACT Bull and XACT Bear. The funds, which track the performance of the Stockholm Stock Exchange with a leverage of 1.5, are often among the most traded shares on Burgundy and NASDAQ OMX. These funds are XACT Fonder´s most popular ETFs which is why it is now logical to increase our offer of leveraged Exchange Traded Funds", says Henrik Norén Managing Director of XACT Fonder.  

The Management Fee is 0.6 % p.a. Handelsbanken, Carnegie and Nordea will act as market makers for the funds. 

As the leading ETF Company in the Nordic region, XACT Fonder currently offers 12 Exchange Traded Funds on NASDAQ OMX and Oslo Stock Exchange. 

 

For further information, please contact: 
Henrik Norén, Managing Director XACT Fonder AB, + 46 8 701 1222

Dividend amounts in XACT F Euro and XACT F Sweden

Dividend Schedule: October 12, 2009 - Announcement of dividends October 13, 2009 - Last day to trade fund units including right to dividend October 14, 2009 - Ex day October 16, 2009 - Record day October 21, 2009 - Payment of dividend in XACT F Sweden October 23, 2009 - Payment of dividend in XACT F Euro

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The dividend amounts in XACT F Euro and XACT F Sweden will be; 

 

 

Fund

Currency

Dividend per fund unit

No of oustanding fund units

Total dividend

XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Euro

EUR

0.22

250 000

55 000

XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Sweden

SEK

0.06

6 300 000

378 000

 

 

Extra dividend in XACT F Euro and XACT F Sweden

Since the funds will be closing down and to avoid double taxation, the funds will pay an extra dividend

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The Exchange Traded Funds will be closed at year end

XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Euro (XACT F Euro) and XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Sweden (XACT F Sweden) will be closed at year end. The reason for closing is that the funds´ assets under management as well as the turnover are too small. 

Last day to trade fund units on the stock exchange is December 14, 2009 for XACT F Euro and December 17, 2009 for XACT F Sweden.  Fund units that have not been sold on the stock exchange on these days by the latest, will be redeemed on January 7, 2010 (XACT F Sweden) and January, 11 2010 (XACT F Euro) respectively.

The Funds pay an extra dividend

The funds will pay an extra dividend in order to  transferring the taxation of the fund's income to unit-holders, thus avoiding double taxation according to the following schedule;

 

 

Oct 12

The dividend amounts are announced after closing of the market at 5:30 PM

 

Oct 13

 

Last day to trade fund units including right to dividend

 

Oct 14

 

Ex dividend day - The dividend is detached and fund units are traded excluding right to dividend

Oct 21

Payment of dividend in XACT F Sweden

Oct 23

Payment of dividend in XACT F Euro

 


I will receive dividend

In order to receive dividend you must hold the fund units at the end of October 13, 2009. Last day to buy fund units, including right to receiving dividend, is accordingly October, 13. A sale of the fund units can be made the following day, without the effect on right to receiving dividend.

I will not receive dividend

If you will not receive dividend, a sale of fund unit has to be made on October 13, by the latest. The following day you can invest in the fund units again without right to receiving dividend.

On Ex-day the price will fall with the amount of the dividend

All others equal, the price of the fund units will fall with an amount corresponding to the dividend on the Ex-day.

Closure of XACT F Euro and XACT F Sweden

The Exchange Traded Funds XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Euro ("XACT F Euro") and XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Sweden ("XACT F Sweden") will be closed.

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December 14, 2009 is the last day to trade fund units on the stock exchange in XACT F Euro and December 17, 2009 is the last day to trade fund units in XACT F Sweden on the stock exchange. For fund holders who have not sold its fund units on these dates by the latest, the fund units will be redeemed and payment will be made to the fund holders' cash account around January 7 and January 11, 2010 respectively.

Until December 14 and December 17, 2009 respectively, trading in fund units will take place as usual; purchase and sale is made on the stock exchange through your broker or bank.

 

 

 

XACT FTSE RAFI Euro

XACT FTSE RAFI Sweden

Last day to trade on the stock exchange

Dec 14 -09

Dec 17-09

Payment to holders who sold on the stock exchange on the last day

17-dec-09

22-dec-09

Payment  to holders who redeemed units after December 14 and December 17 respectively

Jan 11-10

Jan 7 -10

Dividends in XACT F Euro, XACT F Sweden, XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB and XACT Nordic30

The schedule for the dividends in XACT F Euro, XACT F Sweden, XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB and XACT Nordic30 is as follows:

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June 2009 June 4, The details of the dividends are made public June 5, Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend June 8, Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend June 15, Payment day XACT F Sweden, XACT OMXS30 and XACT OMXSB June 17, Payment day XACT F Euro and XACT Nordic30 To receive a dividend you must own fund units when the market closes on the 5th June 2009. The last day to buy fund units and still receive a dividend is hence the 5th June. 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 5th June 2009. You can then buy fund units again the following day (6 June) 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.

Dividend amounts in XACT Bull and XACT Bear

Dividend amounts in XACT Bull and XACT Bear The dividend in Xact Bull is 41 996 500 SEK in total, corresponding to 1.69 SEK per share. The dividend in Xact Bear is 83 215 000 SEK in total, corresponding to 1.87 SEK per share.

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 In order to receive a dividend in Xact Bull and Xact Bear one needs to be registered as a holder of fund units with Euroclear Sweden on the record day. If a holder of fund units does not wish to receive dividends these units must be sold on or before March 19 2009. The schedule for the dividends in XACT Bull and XACT Bear is as follows: March 18 The details of the dividends are made public 19 Last day to trade fund units including the right to receive dividend 20 Ex-dividend - the fund units are traded ex dividend 24 Record day 27 Payment day The market for issuing and redeeming fund units will be closed on March 19-24th, 2009. For further information please contact XACT Fonder AB, phone: +46 8 701 40 00

Change in listing currency for XACT F Euro and XACT Nordic 30

Starting Thursday the 15th of January 2009 the exchange traded funds XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Euro, traded under the short name XACT F Euro, and XACT Nordic 30 will be traded in SEK instead of EUR on the Stockholm stock exchange.

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The change is made to simplify trading for Swedish investors who can now trade in their home currency. The fund’s management and underlying assets will not be affected and they will hence have the same risk reward characteristics as in the past. The fund’s accounting currency is unchanged and will remain in EUR.

This is the currency in which the fund’s returns will be measured and reported in accordance with previous principles and will consequently be unaffected. More information about XACT funds can be found on XACTs website: http://en.xact.se/ 

Please address any questions to Jacob Sternius, XACT Fonder, phone +46 70 525 81 77

Resumed trading in XACT Bull and XACT Bear

XACT made a decision this morning (Oct 15) not to start the trading in XACT Bull and XACT Bear respectively.

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The reason for the halt in trading was a suspected error in the composition files which are to be sent to the market makers. The halt in trading was taken as a safety measure in order to investigate if an error occured. The investigation showed that the composition files were correct and trading was resumed at 10.20 pm.

Dividend amounts in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT Nordic 30, XACT F Sweden and XACT F Euro - June 2008

Fund Currency Dividend per fund unit Total number of fund units Total dividend
XACT OMXS30 SEK 4.00 21 900 000 87 600 000
XACT OMXSB SEK 28.50 5 300 000 151 050 000
XACT Nordic30 EUR 0.24 8 750 000 2 100 000
XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Euro EUR 1.80 900 000 1 620 000
XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Sweden SEK 1.35 11 050 000 14 917 500

#endSmallText# Dividend in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT Nordic 30, XACT F Sweden and XACT F Euro will be paid according to the following schedule: June 2, 2008 – The dividend amount per fund unit is announced on www.xact.seafter the closing of the market 5:30 p.m. June, 3 - Last day to trade fund units including dividend. June, 4 - Ex-dividend day. June, 9 – Record day. June, 12 – Payment day for XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, and XACT F Sweden. June, 16 – Payment day for XACT Nordic 30 and XACT F Euro. The market for issuing and redeeming fund units in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT Nordic 30, XACT F Sweden and XACT F Euro is closed from June 3 to June 9.

Dividend in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT Nordic 30, XACT F Sweden and XACT F Euro

Dividend in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT Nordic 30, XACT F Sweden and XACT F Euro will be paid according to the following schedule:

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June 2, 2008 – The dividend amount per fund unit is announced on www.xact.se after the closing of the market 5:30 p.m. June, 3 - Last day to trade fund units including dividend. June, 4 - Ex-dividend day. June, 9 – Record day. June, 12 – Payment day for XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, and XACT F Sweden. June, 16 – Payment day for XACT Nordic 30 and XACT F Euro. The market for issuing and redeeming fund units in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT Nordic 30, XACT F Sweden and XACT F Euro is closed from June 3 to June 9.

March 2008 Dividend amounts in XACT Bull and XACT Bear

The dividend in Xact Bull is 22 424 500 SEK in total, this corresponds to 3,01 SEK per share. The dividend in Xact Bear is 54 144 000 SEK in total, this corresponds to 1,44 SEK per share.

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Today, Wednesday march 19, is the last day to sell shares to avoid receiving the dividends in Xact Bull and Xact Bear. The dividends in XACT Bull and XACT Bear have the following dates: March 19 Board of directors decide dividend amounts 20 Ex-dividends (Note: Stockholm stock exchange close early because of holiday) - the fund shares are traded ex dividends 26 Record day 31 Payment day The dividend amount per fund unit will be announced on our web site (www.xact.se) on March 19, 2008. The market for issuing and redeeming fund units will be closed on March 19-26th, 2008. Trading on Stockholm Stock Exchange is not expected to be affected.

2008-03-07 Dividend schedule XACT Bull and XACT Bear

Dividends in XACT Bull and XACT Bear – March 2008 The dividends in XACT Bull and XACT Bear has the following dates:

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March 19 Board of directors decide dividend amounts, this is made public after the closing of the market 20 Ex-dividends (Note: Stockholm stock exchange close early because of holiday) - the fund shares are traded ex dividends 26 Record day 31 Payment day The dividend amount per fund unit will be announced on our web site (www.xact.se ) after the closing of the market on March 19, 2008. The market for issuing and redeeming fund units will be closed on March 19-26th, 2008. Trading on Stockholm Stock Exchange is not expected to be affected.

Trading lots will in practice be discontinued for exchange traded funds

Stockholm 2 January 2008 Press release Trading lots will in practice be discontinued for exchange traded funds

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Today, 2 January 2008, the OMX Nordiska Börs Stockholm (the Stockholm Stock Exchange) list of exchange traded funds will have new trading lots. The trading lots will be reduced for all listed funds to one (1) unit, and thus the trading lots are in practice discontinued. Previously, the size of the trading lots varied between 25 and 100 fund units depending on the fund, which involved the value of the trading lot varying from about SEK 2,300 to 17,000. “The fact that the trading lot is set at one unit makes it easier to trade individual units and odd lots. This improvement will primarily benefit private individuals and small investors who have found it to be inconvenient with high-value trading lots,” says Jacob Sternius, product developer at Xact Fonder. “This is in line with the international standard for ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds) which are traded like this in Germany, France and Italy, for example.”

Short name of fund

New trading lot

Price per unit* and thus the new trading lot

Former trading lot

Approximate value of the former trading lot*

Xact OMXS30

1

108 SEK

50

5,379 SEK

Xact OMXSB

1

336 SEK

50

16,804 SEK

Xact Nordic 30

1

9 EUR

100

871 EUR

Xact F Euro

1

66 EUR

25

1,647 EUR

Xact F Sweden

1

46 SEK

50

2,307 SEK

Xact BULL

1

170 SEK

50

8,513 SEK

Xact BEAR

1

51 SEK

50

2,546 SEK

*Based on NAV 28 Dec 2007

 

 

 

Exchange traded index funds are primarily characterised by trading in real time and low fees. Thus, the funds are suitable for investors with both long and short investment horizons. For more info, please contact: Jacob Sternius, Xact Fonder AB, phone: +46 8 701 81 77.

XACT VINX30 changes name to XACT Nordic 30

Stockholm November 29, 2007 Press-release XACT VINX30 changes name to XACT Nordic 30

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As per December 1, 2007 the Exchange Traded Fund XACT VINX30 changes name to XACT Nordic 30. The ISIN-code of the fund will remain the same. The reason for the change of the name is to clarify the exposure of the fund. XACT Nordic 30 is an Exchange Traded Fund tracking the VINX30 index. The fund offers a cost-effective investment representing the performance of the 30 most traded stocks on the Nordic Stock Exchanges. XACT Nordic 30 is the only Exchange Traded Fund in the world that offers exposure to the Nordic region. The performance of the fund since its start on May 4, 2006, has been 12.8 %. The well diversified Nordic exposure offered from the fund has shown better performance than the Stockholm Stock Exchange* which, for the corresponding period, has performed with 3.8 per cent. Exchange Traded Funds are mainly characterised by low management fees and the possibility of intraday-trading. Hence investments in Exchange Traded Funds suit investors having a short term investment view as well as a long term view.

Dividend payments June 2007

Dividend announcement in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT VINX30, XACT F Sweden, XACT F Euro – June 2007

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Fund Currency Dividend per share Shares outstanding Total dividends
Xact OMXS30 SEK 2,830 32950000 93248500
Xact OMXSB SEK 10,250 24325000 249331250
Xact VINX30 EUR 0,140 5000000 700000
XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Euro EUR 0,570 1600000 912000
XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Sweden SEK 0,840 64350000 54054000

Dividends will be paid according to the following schedule: June 11, 2007 - The dividend amount per fund unit is announced on www.xact.se after the closing of the market 17:30. June 12 - Last day to trade fund units including dividend. June 13 - Ex-dividend date. June 15 - Record date. June 20 - Payment date. The market for issuing and redeeming fund units in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT VINX30, XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Sweden, and XACT FTSE RAFI Fundamental Euro is closed from June 12 to June 15.

Dividend in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT VINX30, XACT F Sweden, XACT F Euro

Dividends in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT VINX30, XACT F Sweden, and XACT F Euro will be paid according to the following schedules:

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June 11, 2007 - The dividend amount per fund unit is announced on www.xact.se after the closing of the market 17:30. June 12 - Last day to trade fund units including dividend. June 13 - Ex-dividend date. June 15 - Record date. June 20 - Payment date. The market for issuing and redeeming fund units in XACT OMXS30, XACT OMXSB, XACT VINX30, XACT F Sweden, and XACT F Euro is closed from June 12 to June 15.

Reinvestment of cash in XACT F Euro

Due to received dividends XACT Fonder has decided to reinvest some cash into the XACT F Euro portfolio.

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This morning file shows a cash component of 39 401 EUR per Block. We plan to reinvest approx. 26 720 EUR per block at close tonight. Exact number of constituent shares per block are available on request.

New fundamental index fund listed in Stockholm

Press release Stockholm, 26 March 2007 New fundamental index fund listed in Stockholm

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Tomorrow, XACT’s ninth ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) will be listed on the Stockholm stock exchange: XACT F Sweden – an index fund based on the companies’ fundamental key ratios. “This fund will be very attractive to private and institutional investors alike, due to its opportunities for strong returns, broad risk diversification and low fee of 0.5%," says Dag Tjernsmo, chief executive of XACT Fonder. In the US, fundamental-weighted indices have attracted great interest, as they have been found to give better returns than capital-weighted indices. In Sweden, the return on the fundamental-weighted index has been 10.5 percentage points higher than that of the broad capital-weighted OMXSB Index (over the period 31 Dec 1999 to 31 Dec 2006). "For those benchmarked against traditional indices, XACT F Sweden will be a highly attractive investment opportunity. In addition, given the public debate on high fund management fees, we are pleased to be able to offer this fund at the same favourable terms to both private and institutional investors," says Dag Tjernsmo. In the calculation of the index, stocks’ key ratios form the basis of index weightings, rather than market capitalisation, which is used for most other indices. In simple terms, it can be said that an undesired effect of capital-weighted indices is that they overweight in overpriced stocks and underweight in underpriced stocks. To avoid this effect, it is necessary to weight stocks according to criteria other than market capitalisation. The fundamental method solves this by using fundamental factors (e.g. sales, cash flow, dividends and shareholders’ equity) as the basis for index weightings. This is a concept that has been tested against capital-weighted indices in the 23 countries which make up the FTSE Developed World Index, and it has created added value in all these countries. This concept is very important in theoretical and practical terms – it is the most significant investment concept I have ever seen," says Rob Arnott, chairman of Research Affiliates and the originator of fundamental indexing. For further information, please contact: Dag Tjernsmo, CEO, XACT Fonder AB, Tel. +46 8 701 3756 Henrik Norén, XACT Fonder AB, Tel. +46 8 701 1222 #smallText#XACT Fonder was founded in 2000 and is now the Nordic market leader in exchange-traded funds. In 2000, XACT launched the first exchange-traded fund in the Nordic region. As of 20 February 2007, there are six XACT funds listed on the Stockholm stock exchange, one on the Oslo stock exchange and one on the Helsinki stock exchange. XACT funds are offered by XACT Fonder in Sweden, Handelsbanken Fondförvaltning in Norway and Handelsbanken Fondbolag in Finland. Total assets under management in XACT Fonder amount to over SEK 20bn. The fund management company is a subsidiary of Handelsbanken, one of Sweden’s leading players in the field of asset management. A fund’s historical return is no guarantee of future return. Investments made in a fund can rise or fall in value and it is not certain that you will get back all of the capital you have invested. "FTSE®" is a trade mark jointly owned by the London Stock Exchange Plc and the Financial Times Limited and is used by the FTSE International Limited under Licence. “Research Affiliates", “RAFI" and “Fundamental Index" are trade marks of Research Affiliates LLC (“RA"). The FTSE Research Affiliates are calculated by FTSE International Limited ("FTSE®") in conjunction with Research Affiliates LLC (“RA"). Neither FTSE nor RA sponsors, endorses or promotes this product and are not in any way connected to it and do not accept any responsibility in relation to this issue, operation and trading. All copyright in the index values and constituent lists vests in FTSE. All rights in and to the RA fundamental indexing methodology used in calculation of the FTSE Research Affiliates Fundamental Indexes vest in RA. XACT Fonder AB has obtained full licence from FTSE to use such copyright in the creation of this product. Patent pending. Publ. Nos. US-2005-0171884-A1, US-2006-0015433-A1 and WO 2005/076812. #endSmallText#

2007-03-22 Dividend per unit in XACT Bull and XACT Bear

Dividend per unit in XACT Bull and XACT Bear

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March 2007 The dividend in XACT Bull is set to SEK 1,31 per unit. The dividend in XACT Bear is set to SEK 0,13 per unit. As earlier communicated, dividend in XACT Bull and XACT Bear will be paid according to the following schedule: Ex-day: March 23. Record day: March 27. Payment day: March 30.

2007-02-28 Dividend in XACT Bull and XACT Bear

Dividend in XACT Bull and XACT Bear – March 2007

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Dividends in XACT Bull and XACT Bear will be paid according to the following schedule: The fund units will trade ex-dividend on March 23, 2007. Record day for dividend is on March 27, 2007. Payment day is on March 30, 2007. The dividend amount per fund unit will be announced on our web site (www.xact.se) after the closing of the market on March 21, 2007. The market for issuing and redeeming fund units will be closed on March 22-27, 2007.

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