Charges and costs explained

Get an explanation of what the individual rates mean and how they are calculated:

Up-front fee (max.)

Up-front fee is a maximum rate which can be charged by intermediaries. Jyske Bank A/S does not charge up-front fee for strategy funds.

Maximum entry charges in percentages

The maximum entry charges, which are a one-off payment, cover the maximum cost of issuing new fund certificates. They cover the transaction costs of buying securities and commission paid to financial agents.

The maximum entry charges vary from fund to fund, depending on the costs of buying the underlying securities. Danish bond funds usually have the lowest entry charges, whereas funds investing in foreign equities generally have the highest.

Maximum exit charges in percentages

The maximum exit charges, which are a one-off payment, cover the maximum cost of buying back fund certificates. They cover the transaction costs of selling the securities and in some cases commission paid to financial agents.

The maximum exit charges vary from fund to fund, as the costs of selling the underlying securities vary. Danish bond funds usually have the lowest exit charges, whereas funds investing in foreign equities generally have the highest.

The maximum entry and exit charges are regularly adjusted in the Prospectus and in Key Investor Information and also here at the website.