Alternative investment products see increasing fees, reports AMF

Even though average annual fees in the Swedish fund market fell last year, the average fee for alternative funds continues to increase, a fresh report finds.

Per Wiklund, Deputy CEO of AMF Fonder. | Photo: AMF PR.

The average annual fee in the Swedish fund market fell for the fifth year in row last year, whilst fees for alternative investments continued to go up, reports Swedish pensions company AMF in its newest fee report.

In 2021, average fees dropped from 1.37% in 2020 to 1.35% and are now on the lowest level since AMF started publishing its Fee Report 15 years ago.

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