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The material on this site is directed only at persons in Sweden and is not to be regarded as an offer to buy or sell, or the solicitation of any offer to buy or sell securities in any jurisdiction other than in Sweden. An individual resident in territories other than in Sweden should consult their professional advisers as to whether they require any governmental or other consents or need to observe any formalities to enable them to invest in Swedbank Robur products.

Disclaimer

The material on this site is directed only at persons in Sweden and is not to be regarded as an offer to buy or sell, or the solicitation of any offer to buy or sell securities in any jurisdiction other than in Sweden. An individual resident in territories other than in Sweden should consult their professional advisers as to whether they require any governmental or other consents or need to observe any formalities to enable them to invest in our products.

The risks and potentials of fund saving

Historical growth is no guarantee of future yields. The value of your fund savings can both rise and fall, which is why there can be no guarantee that you will get back your original investment. Capital growth depends on a number of factors, including the future movements of the stock market, interest and foreign exchange rates. Funds, which invest in developing and growth countries, have an even higher degree of risk. Fund investment must primarily be looked at as a longer-term venture, creating the potential for a better return than a traditional interest-bearing savings account.

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