Report: Average fund fees in Sweden drop for fourth consecutive year

Pension company AMF publishes annual reports highlighting the development of fees in the country’s mutual funds market. Average fees are now at their lowest level in a decade.

Per Wiklund, AMF Fonder deputy CEO | Photo: PR / AMF

The average fee rate for mutual funds in the Swedish market continues to drop as retail savers race to cheaper products. Average fees, all fund categories included, have dropped from 1.38 percent to 1.37 percent from 2019 to 2020, according to a new fund fee report published by Swedish pension company AMF.

This marks the lowest average fee since AMF started publishing the report 14 years ago.

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