Nordnet: "Actively managed funds and index funds will cost the same"

The online broker is changing its pricing model and introducing platform fees. "The new model for fund pricing will reduce Nordnet's revenue from fund distribution significantly," says Anders Skar, Norway country head at Nordnet.

Anders Skar, Norway Country Head, Nordnet | Photo: Nordnet

The investment platform Nordnet is changing its pricing structure. This decision was made based on Nordnet's internal use of resources.

"Nordnet has the same costs and uses just as many resources whether the client invests in an actively managed fund or an index fund," says Anders Skar, Norway country head at Nordnet.

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