Investment Funds

This is one of the most popular investment methods. Professional fund managers invest assets of many investors in bonds, stocks or other financial assets in various markets. The profit and risk depends on selected solution.


  • Switch of funds

    Calculation of the switch fee

    • To switch funds, the securities account must contain a certain amount in euro that will be reserved for the switch fee.
    • The fee is calculated according to this formula:

      Fund units available *  Fund price at T-1 or T – 2 in euro * switch fee, %.

      T-date of the order.

      Price at T-1 (one day before) or T-2 is used because it is the latest known price.

      The reservation is valid until the settlement day (usually T+3). The exact amount of the switch fee is determined on the settlement day.

    • If the actual switch fee is smaller than the reserved amount, the difference will remain in the securities account.
    • If the actual switch fee is higher than the reserved amount, the difference will be debited from other (current) accounts or recorded as a debt.
  • Investment fund trading on Danske Bank

    Manage your investment portfolio on the internet. Buy, sell and switch investment funds via Danske eBank.


    How to start trading in investment funds on Danske eBank?

    • Visit any Danske Bank customer service branch, sign an agreement on providing investment services and on Danske eBank, and open a securities account at Danske Bank.


    Please note

    • When making a transaction for buying, selling and exchanging investment funds, fees according to the fund documents will apply.
    • You will have to declare the income received from trading securities at the State Revenue Service and pay taxes as established by laws. Contact your investment consultant regarding tax calculation.


The value of financial instruments may increase as well as decrease. You assume all risks related to investing in financial instruments. Investing in financial instruments may be profitable as well as unprofitable, so you may not get any financial benefits or even loose a part or whole invested amount. Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance. Financial instruments in foreign markets are also affected by currency fluctuations, which may determine the value of them either positively or negatively. This information does not constitute investment advice, an offer or a solicitation of an offer to buy, sell, swap or hold a specific financial instrument. Before investing in a specific financial instrument, we recommend that you familiarise yourself with the prospectus, key investor information document and rules, which you can find at

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