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PFA restructures mutual fund costs, rewards higher investment levels

Two subsidiaries of Denmark’s largest pension provider -- PFA Bank and PFA Invest -- are changing the cost structure for mutual funds and reducing the brokerage fee.

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Mads Kaagaard is chair at PFA Bank and responsible for private customers. He moved to PFA in February 2016 from Nordea. Photo: PR: PFA

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