Nordic Value

Nordic Value 2023 


Due to the situation with Covid-19 and restrictions on travel and group gatherings the Nordic Value conferences 2020-22 was unfortunately postponed to 2023. 


Now it comes - Nordic Value 2023 for experienced investment enthusiasts. This time at Marienlyst Hotel, north of Copenhagen


The format is a one-day event with breakfast, lunch and dinner and the price is 2.000 DKK /270 € for the conference. If you stay at the hotel it comes on top and there's a number of rooms pre-booked.


A maximum of 30 participants and each present a 15-20 minute investment pitch, which means you get a lot of ideas during the day and evening. Also, a good opportunity to catch up with old investment friends and meet new like-minded fundamental investment friends. 


Nordic Value is for entusiastic and experienced investors, family offices, asset managers, fund managers a.o. And as mentioned; to have a good atmosphere it's for a maximum of 30 atteendees.


If you are interested in attending pls send a short introductory email to ole.soeberg@nordic-investment-partners.com


Marienlyst is a beach hotel from 1860s and located in walking distance from Kronborg Castle. 45-60 minutes by train from Copenhagen Airport and Copenhagen City center.


Nordic Value Investor Conference 2019


Was held on 3rd June 2019 at Blox in Copenhagen


NVIC conferences are for investors, family offices, asset managers and fund selectors. The investor profile is solid due diligence, unique and individual approach to return and risk profile, which implies a prudent valuation appraoch



Key investment discussions were around the return profile going forward, physical assets vs financial assets and investment methods for sustainable good performance


Investment ideas and scorecards only for attendees


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Nordic Value Investor Conference 2018


Was held at Hotel Admiral - Copenhagen - on 14th June 2018


The key investment discussions for participants and presenters centered around value investment as selection method and when the value approach will be coming back to provide good returns. Or will we continue to see fast growth companies in digital, biotech and conceptual business disrupters continue to leave value investors in the dust?


Another subject of discussion was the impact from fewer sell side analysts which leaves small/mid cap companies 'under investigated' and hence good hunting ground for independent value investors. New regulation only started in 2018, so the coming years will show how this plays out.


Several investors pointed to the fact that the China infrastructure driven boom in 2000’s and the subsequent lower investments in 2010’s has left several segments underinvested. With steady global growth (assuming a harmful global trade war is avoided) the supply/demand balance is turning in favor of miners, shipping and other traditional cyclical industries. 


Time will show and for Nordic Value Investor Conference 2019 the scorecards will be updated. Investment cases takes several years to unfold, so scorecard 2018 will continue to be updated



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