Swedish investors benefit from cheaper TERs, industry association research says
The Swedish Investment Fund Association has published an in-depth report into fees and charges in the local fund market, which suggests that investors benefit from some of the cheapest TERs found anywhere across Europe.
Written by the Association’s senior analyst Fredrik Pettersson and economist
Fredrik Hård af Segerstad, the report provides an international comparison of fees and charges in Sweden, as well as seeking to answer questions on why fund charges vary from product to products, and what level of correlation exists between return and charges.
Calculated on a TER basis, the comparison suggests that Swedish investors have access to the third cheapest equity funds in Europe, the third cheapest balanced funds, and the sixth cheapest bond funds.
Click here to read the full report: [asset_library_tag 6051,Fund Special: Returns & Charges]