Swedish fund companies to create their own distribution platform

In the wake of the reduction of funds on the Swedish Pensions Authority's fund platform, several fund companies consider creating their own trading platforms.

Swedish firm Fondab is helping fund companies create their own trading platforms. | Photo: Fondab/PR

Swedish fund companies are currently building their own distribution system for fundselling.

According to Fondab Chief Executive Officer Mikael Tjäder, two fund companies -- Spiltan Fonder and Case Fonder -- have created their own trading platforms. He has worked with both fund companies, providing the IT infrastructure that is required for automated fund trading, he explains to news site

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