Frequently asked questions

Below are the most common questions. If you have other questions, please contact us at info@tinfonder.se

Questions TIN Fonder

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The fund TIN Ny Teknik is available for purchase at most of the Swedish banks and pension platforms such as Avanza, Nordnet, SEB, Handelsbanken, Nordea, Skandia. For a full list of distributors, please click here.

The fund TIN World Tech is available for purchase exclusively through our partner Avanza under the name of Avanza World Tech by TIN.

Yes, you can buy TIN Fonder’s funds directly from us. As of now we offer ISK and fund accounts for Swedish citizens and companies. We also offer the possibility to save monthly and saving as a gift.

We believe in open dialogue. Please contact us if you have any input or ideas on where we can improve or companies that you think that we should look at. On several occasions in the past our customers have been the ones recommending us to look at a company.

We evaluate the possibilities to launch new tech or innovation driven funds on a regular basis. We have several ideas of what such a fund would invest in, where all does ideas have one thing in common; something that  we ourselves would invest in.

We believe in keeping the best digital companies in Sweden and in the Nordics. In order to support growth and welfare in the region we want to actively prevent our best digital companies to be bought by foreign companies. We also believe that others should do the same. We also want to work actively for more IPOs on the Nordic stock markets.

Yes! TIN Fonder encourage all employees to have a monthly saving in TIN Fonder’s funds.

We believe that data will be even more important in the future and thus we are building out own data driven platform, TIN Analytics, to make quantitively measurements in how the holdings are growing. We like to do research on our own if possible and find primary data to be very valuable.

We put a lot of time in meeting and understanding the companies that we invest in. We believe that by picking out a few tech and health companies to invest in will lead to a better return than passively investing in all companies in an index.

Questions TIN New Technology Fund

The fund invests in innovative companies in tech or health, with a focus of companies that has strong growth and high profitability.

The fund’s management fee is 1,50% and the ongoing charges is found in the KIID.

The fund is able to charge a redemption fee of 2% if the fund is sold within 30 days of the purchase. So far TIN Fonder has never charged the redemption fee on any  customer since the fee is meant to discourage from so called “Swing Trading” from other funds.

Normally the fund has between 40 and 60 holdings in the portfolio.

We believe in dialogue and influence before exclusion. The funds focus in technology and innovation also naturally leads a low carbon dioxide emission and to an exclusion of some controversial sectors. We also strive to protect and strengthen the local ecosystem of innovative companies in the Nordics.

Questions TIN World Tech Fund

The fund invests globally in innovative companies in tech or health, with a focus of companies that has strong growth and high profitability. At least 50 % of the fund’s holdings shall be products or services that TIN Fonder considers to have an evident effect on the UNPD’s Sustainable Development Goals.

The fund’s ongoing charges are 1,52%.

The fund is able to charge a redemption fee of 2% if the fund is sold within 30 days of the purchase. So far TIN Fonder has never charged the redemption fee on any  customer since the fee is meant to discourage from so called “Swing Trading” from other funds.

Normally the fund has between 40 and 60 holdings in the portfolio.

At least 50 % of the fund’s holdings shall be products or services that TIN Fonder considers to have an evident effect on the UNPD’s Sustainable Development Goals. The fund also excludes sectors such as cluster bombs, landmines, chemical and biological weapons, nuclear weapons, pornography, coal, tobacco, commercial casino and alcohol.