Three easy steps to invest in our funds.
Who is it for?
Fondita’s funds are open for investments from private individuals, companies, organisations and foundations.
Get to know our funds!
We offer eight different equity funds that invest their capital in shares of listed companies. The first step is to choose which fund you want to invest in. All funds have their own strategies, fact sheets, fund rules and prospectus, which you need to take note of before making your decision. Here you can also see the differences between A- and B-unites.
For regulatory purposes we are required to identify our clients.
Make your transaction
Become a customer directly with us or through your platform if you are already investing in funds elsewhere.
Make a transaction of the desired amount to the fund’s subscription account. The subscription accounts for the funds are listed here.
As a private individual, you are required to enter your name and social security number at the time of purchase.
If you represent a legal entity, you need to state the legal entity’s name, corporate identity number and whether A- or B-units are to be subscribed to.
Subscriptions that we receive before 14.30, Helsinki time, are calculated on the same day. The fund company has the right to reject a subscription or subscription assignment if we have not received sufficient deposit information. The subscription note is sent to the address that has been stated in connection with the payment.
Are you already investing in funds through a platform?
You can smoothly and conveniently start saving by investing in our funds through one of our partners.
Make yourself known!
You can verify your identity by filling in the customer information form and approving it with your personal bank codes from a bank registered in Finland.
Forms for minors, individuals under 18, cannot be approved electronically by the guardians in the online service, but rather the form must be signed by hand by all guardians.
Looking to invest for future generations?
Here you can read more about how to invest in funds for your kids or grandkids.
Please note that when completing the form for corporate clients, an authorised signatory should approve the form.
Great to have you onboard!
Time to increase you investments?
As a current client, you can easily increase your investments in Fondita’s funds through an bank transfer to the selected fund’s account. The following information is required: name and social security number or name of the legal entity, company and corporate identity number (FO number) and whether A- or B-units are to be purchased.
Time to sell?
You need to notify the fund company in writing of the redemption of fund units. In addition, if you have any unit certificates these must be sent to the fund company prior to a possible redemption.
Redemption orders received before 14.30 are executed at the unit value calculated in the fund company during the same banking day. The redemption amount is paid on the following banking day if the fund company does not need to sell securities due to redemption. A confirmation of the redemption is sent to the customer.
The benefits of investment funds
A fund invests financial assets in several different securities that together form an investment fund. The fund is divided into equal fund units, where all parts have the same right to the fund’s capital.
The fund is owned by the private individuals and institutions that have invested assets in it. The fund is managed by a fund company that represents the fund’s unitholders and acts on their behalf in matters concerning the investment fund.
An investment fund has many benefits. Professionals with expertise make the investment decisions, monitor and follow the developments. Because the fund’s assets are invested in many different securities, the risks are reduced, and you get a good distribution of the risk. You can quickly invest in or redeem fund units, which provides good liquidity. Through regulatory supervision, you are also guaranteed good protection as an investor.
Find funds that suit you!
Taxation in Finland
Interest income and gains arising from the sale of securities are tax-free for the investment fund.
For those who own return unites, the distributed return is taxable capital income. For those who own growth unites, income is realised and taxed only when the fund units are sold.
Switching between funds is regarded as a sale.
Read more about the taxation in Finland.