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Swedish customers can now invest in some of the most popular Swedish-listed companies
Our expansion into Sweden just took a big leap forward.
From today, Swedish customers* are able to buy and sell iconic Swedish brands such as Volvo, H&M, Ericsson, Evolution, and Investor AB in an ISK (the Swedish equivalent to an ISA, providing investors both tax and reporting benefits) - check out the full list here!
We’re excited to give existing and new Swedish customers access to invest in their local market (our most requested feature!), with so many fantastic stocks now available in the app.
As Swedes are looking closely at their budgets, commission-free investing is a great opportunity to reduce the cost of investing to keep more of their money invested and grow their savings. Remember though, when you’re investing, other charges may apply.
This latest release follows Freetrade’s recent launch in Sweden offering commission-free investing in an ISK, and the unique ability to buy and sell fractional shares of over 3800 US-listed shares.
Join the thousands who have already downloaded the app on iOS and signed up to the Android waitlist!
*Not available to UK customers.
This should not be read as personal investment advice and individual investors should make their own decisions or seek independent advice.
When you invest, your capital is at risk. The value of your portfolio can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invest. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Eligibility to invest into ISK in Sweden and the value of tax savings depends on personal circumstances and all tax rules may change.
Freetrade is a trading name of Freetrade Europa AB, which is regulated by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (Finansinspektionen). Registered in Sweden (org. nr 559285-0696).
The views expressed above are those of community members and do not reflect the views of Freetrade. It is not investment advice and we always encourage you to do your own research.