Swedish robo-advisor launches new domestic equity fund

Lysa, the Swedish robo advisor that recently made a foray into Denmark, is launching a broad equity fund that means customers saving in its broad offering will have money transferred from a feeder fund to a direct investing product with a significantly larger investment universe.

Patrik Adamson, CEO, Lysa | Photo: Lysa / PR

Swedish fund robot provider Lysa is in the midst of launching a new equity fund for the customers that save their capital in its basic, broad offering.

The Lysa Bred product invests in thousands of companies and fixed-income securities. The equity portion is split between 80 percent in global stocks and 20 percent in domestic companies. The domestic portion has until now invested through feeder fund Lysa Sverige Aktier in 80 companies via fund manager Öhman’s Sverige Marknad Hållbar.

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