Jyske Bank criticized over lack of advisory services after fund merger

Clients at Jyske Bank were not advised in connection with the merger of six Jyske Invest funds into a new sustainable equity fund, leading to changes in clients' portfolio constructions. This is now being widely criticized, which the bank maintains is unfounded.

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Earlier this year, a number of funds offered by Jyske Invest were merged into one large fund, changing clients' portfolio constructions.

For example, clients investing in Danish or European equity were moved over to the new global fund, which has a completely different returns and risk profile than the funds that were shut down, as well as a different sustainability focus.

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