Swedish Investment Fund Association: "Fund platform to stay broad and competitive"

The special investigator commissioned by Sweden's government is due to present his proposal on the second phase of the PPM platform reform next week.

Swedish Investment Fund Association (Fondbolagens Förening) CEO Fredrik Nordström. | Photo: PR / Swedish Investment Fund Association

The next step in reforming Sweden's premium pension system, formerly known as PPM, should safeguard a broad and competitive fund platform, says Swedish Investment Fund Association (Fondbolagens Förening) CEO Fredrik Nordström.

"Politicians in Sweden are discussing the “second step” reform of the PPM system, which will see the funds on the platform be picked out in a public procurement," Nordström writes to AMWatch.

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