Data published by Investment Research Finland suggest Finnish domiciled mutual funds saw €251m of net inflows through January, with market movements helping boost total net assets by close to €1bn.
Total industry assets hit €117.5bn by the end of the month.
Investors were more risk-on in their approach, as equity funds saw net inflows of €425m, and asset allocation and alternative funds respectively saw €116m and €24m of net inflows.
In contrast, short- and long-term bond funds saw net redemptions of €241m and €75m respectively.
The data also lists providers by market share: Nordea retails top spot with 37.7%, followed by OP Fund Management Company (21%) and Danske Invest (9.8%). Evli (6.7%), FIM (5.2%) and Aktia (4.2%) lead the following pack.
By market share change during the month, Bank of Åland roughly doubled its presence, with a 1.3% gain to take a 2.7% market share by the end of January.
Nordea and Evli clearly stood out during the month ranked by net subscriptions. Respectively they took in €194m and €105m. Danske Invest saw the biggest net outflows of about €129m through the month, although Taaleri saw €48m in net outflows.