DNB to cut fund fees – introduces new price structure

Fees on DNB's actively managed equity funds will become lower. The Norwegian banking group aims to develop a more transparent price structure.

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There is a strong trend towards lower fees on fund saving, and as a result the Norwegian banking group DNB is again lowering fund fees.

This time on actively managed equity funds. The bank had already cut fees on most funds in February last year.

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