Last updated: 09:33 / Tuesday, 15 November 2016
13 European countries

Fundinfo goes live in Ireland and Portugal

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Fundinfo goes live in Ireland and Portugal
  • It connects fund houses, fund distributors and investors
  • It has complete information about funds and ETFs from over 800 fund houses comprising over 25,000 funds and 180,000 share classes
  • It serves 13 European countries plus Hong Kong and Singapore

Fundinfo, a leading international provider of fund information, now publishes documents and data for funds available to investors in Ireland and Portugal. With this expansion, fundinfo serves 13 European countries plus Hong Kong and Singapore. The service connects fund houses, fund distributors and investors via an online, on-demand information platform.

Jan Giller, Head of Marketing and Sales at fundinfo said, “Since the founding of our fund platform in 2006, we have steadily expanded our coverage from serving just the Swiss market to covering all the main fund markets in Europe, plus Hong Kong and Singapore. We welcome fund distributors and investors in Ireland and Portugal and invite them to take advantage of the most comprehensive, accurate and up-to- date source of fund information available.”

The platform provides complete information about funds and ETFs from over 800 fund houses comprising over 25,000 funds and 180,000 share classes. Participating fund houses include most of the world’s largest asset management companies.

For investors, the service is free of charge, and does not even require a log-in. It provides the latest fund documents such as monthly and semi-annual reports, KIIDs, prospectus, legal announcements, plus the latest information about the fund, fees, NAV price, and analyst ratings. The service as well as fund documents are provided in multiple languages. Documents in local language are provided where available.

In addition to the platform, fundinfo also offers associated services such as automated document and data dissemination, direct document and data feeds for banks, fund distributors and financial publications, as well as web-based fund popularity analysis and fund selection tools.
 

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