Danish mutual funds get top European ratings – but costs and active management leave room for improvement

Danish investment funds perform above average, according to a European report. However, European supervisory body ESMA considers costs and active management to be a general problem.

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The EU's supervisory body for investment funds, ESMA, has drawn up statistics on return and costs for all European investment funds in 2008-2017.

The outcome shows that especially Danish equity funds have performed above the European average.

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