Danske Invest lowers costs on 26 funds as industry fee pressure bites

In a move to stay competitive, Danske Invest announces price adjustments for a large number of funds next year.

CEO of Danske Invest Robert Mikkelstrup. | Photo: Danske Bank/PR

From 1. January, mutual fund company Danske Invest will adjust prices on 26 funds in order to stay competitive. The changes include actively and passively managed equity funds, as well as a number of fixed income funds, according to a statement on the homepage of Danske Invest.

"We are constantly striving to be one of Denmark's most competitive investment funds, also in terms of price. That's why we will lower prices on a large part of our funds after a thorough review of the fund market," says Robert Mikkelstrup, CEO of Danske Invest, in the statement.

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