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Saxo Bank's Go platform to offer mutual funds at zero cost

Saxo Bank is still working hard on "democratizing" asset management -- cutting the amount of middlemen and fees for retail investors. In its latest offer to clients in Denmark, Finland and Sweden, the bank is offering clients a selection of potentially thousands of mutual funds.

Simon Fasdal is excited about the launch of international Ucits funds to Scandinavian clients. | Photo: Saxo Bank

Want to add a US or French mutual fund to your portfolio? Traditional Danish investors are unlikely to find funds like these offered as options by the investment adviser at their local bank. And if they are -- the chances are that they will be expensive.

Saxo Bank has made it its mission from the start to democratize investment options and asset management in general, so clients have been offered wider product selections, no bias and lower fees than traditional banks could offer.

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