Ten funds make up nearly a quarter of the Swedish market

AP7’s equity and fixed income funds are the biggest on the Swedish market. Removing them leaves just 9% for the others on the top ten list - but that 9% is dominated by one major bank, Morningstar figures show.

Photo: David Goldman/AP/Ritzau Scanpix, Jens Dresling, Lars Hansen/Ritzau Scanpix, Thomas Borberg.

Analysis firm Morningstar has compiled a list of the ten largest mutual funds in the Swedish market. There are 756 funds registered in Sweden managing a total of SEK 5,800bn (EUR 552bn).

Sweden’s total mutual fund market -- including funds registered abroad -- currently has SEK 6,258bn (EUR 596bn) in assets under management, according to latest statistics from the country’s Investment Fund Association.

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