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Index funds and index-tracking funds

Our index funds and index-tracking funds reflect the development of a specific market. The funds achieve this by following a specific index. An index measures an average of how the equities in the specific market develop.  

Note that some of our funds are only for distribution in Sweden.
Past performance does not guarantee future performance. The value of investment funds and other financial instruments may rise as well as fall and there is no guarantee you will recover your original investment.

Index funds strive to reflect the development of the index they follow as closely as possible. However, the index can be a screened sustainability index, which means that the index excludes companies that do not meet special sustainability criteria.   

Index-tracking funds also follow an index, but they deviate more from specific index as compared to a traditional index fund.

One of the reasons is because index-tracking funds exclude companies that do not comply with the fund company’s sustainability requirements.

Our index funds and index-tracking funds suit you who are looking for:

  • Broad exposure in a specific market, for example Sweden, USA or Europe. 
  • Low-cost alternative for getting a return in line with the general development of a specific market. 

SEB Investment Management AB is a wholly owned subsidiary of Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB. The fund company was formed May 19, 1978, with headquarters in Stockholm and organization number 556197-3719.