switches in and out of funds

Swedish translation: fondbyten

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English term or phrase:switches in and out of funds
Swedish translation:fondbyten
Entered by: Fredrik Pettersson

12:10 Apr 25, 2018
English to Swedish translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Insurance
English term or phrase: switches in and out of funds
Jag översätter ett livförsäkringsbolags investeringsplanering och erbjudande om att teckna livförsäkring, och då nämns Switches in and out of Funds i definitionen av Bid price:

The Bid Price is the price a buyer is willing to ask for a security.
This is the price that is normally used for switches in and out of Funds, full and partial surrenders, regular income payments, the payment of Death Benefit and where Unit deductions are made to pay Plan charges.

Det betyder väl att man byter fonder i sitt sparande i försäkringen. Hur översätter man det bäst i detta sammanhang?
Fredrik Pettersson
Hong Kong
fondbyten
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Jag antar att det inte är svårare än så...
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fondbyten


Explanation:
Jag antar att det inte är svårare än så...

Anders Köhler
Spain
Local time: 19:27
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