Fund association in counterattack on proposed changes to premium pension system

Pension savers could end up in an index trap, if future savings are largely directed into index funds, warns the Swedish Investment Fund Association.

CEO Frederik Nordström of the Swedish Investment Fund Association. | Photo: PR

Armed with a new review of fund history, the Swedish Investment Fund Association has launched a counterattack on a series of planned changes at the premium pension system's fund platform Fondtorget.

The proposed changes at Fondtorget are expected to direct a much larger part of Swedish pensions savings into index funds. But this could jeopardize the returns for savers, the fund association argues.

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