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The review of Swedish funds on Fondtorget is delayed by six months

The large conversion of the Swedish Premium Pension System has been delayed. Changes are substantial and have contributed to an accelerated restructuring of the Swedish fund market, says Head of the Swedish Pensions Authority's Fondtorget in an interview.

Head of Fondtorget Erik Fransson. | Photo: PR: Pensionsmyndigheten.se

The review of the funds and fund companies on the Swedish fund platform Fondtorget is six months delayed and will not be completed till the end of the year, according to an interview with the Head of Fondtorget Erik Fransson on news site Realtid.se.

The Swedish pension authority is still deeply involved in the gigantic conversion of the fund platform, generally referred to as PPM (Premium Pension System) or Fondtorget.

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