TIN Fonder confirms availability of new fund to international investors

Jonathan Boyd
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Tin Fonder, the recently launched Swedish boutique, has confirmed not only that shares in its Core Ny Teknik fund should be available to international investors, but that it will be ramping up connections with such investors going forward. In a brief Q&A with InvestmentEurope, co-fund manager Carl Armfelt pointed to a roadmap that suggests the business will be seeking to impress its presence beyond the Nordic region. Q Can foreign investors buy shares? "Foreign investors can buy shares as direct customers or via Avanza, Nordnet and SEB, We will also be live on MFEX." Q Will you ...

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Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.