Nordnet launches three funds in Sweden and a digital savings tool

Savings platform launches fund-of-funds through its own fund company and a new tool to help customers create their own portfolio.

Martin Ringberg, Head of Sweden at Nordnet | Photo: PR / Nordnet

Nordic savings platform Nordnet received a permit from the Swedish FSA to officially operate its own fund company in April.

It is now launching its first three Swedish funds through this company: fund-of-funds with different splits between equities and bonds with an annual fee of 0.35%. This fee includes both the management fee as well as the cost of the underlying funds.

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