Nordnet lowers index fund prices

After price changes in the market, Nordnet is reducing its fees to become more competitive.

Anders Skar, head of Nordnet in Norway

After several platforms changed their pricing models last year, actively managed equity funds became cheaper, while index funds increased in price.

Now, Nordnet is reducing its index fund platform fee by around a third, the company writes in a press release.

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