Swedish Investment Fund Association appoints new savings economist

Funds are an excellent form of saving for most people and in many cases small adjustments can lead to significantly better savings, says the Swedish Investment Fund Association's new spokesperson on fund savings.

Johanna Englundh, Savings Economist at Swedish Investment Fund Association. | Photo: Fondbolagens förening PR.

The Swedish Investment Fund Association (Fondbolagens förening) has appointed Johanna Englundh as Savings Economist.

Englundh joins the association from Fonder Direkt where she has been a project manager designing and hosting her own fund program on television, writing articles on the fund market and working as an editor on Fonder Direkt's news feed.

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