Finnish fund outflows hit €821m in November

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Finnish fund outflows hit €821m in November

Figures published by Investment Research Finland suggest net outflows from funds domiciled in Finland hit €821m in November, across all asset classes. The change caused total assets of locally domiciled funds to fall to some €111bn by the end of the month. Long term bond funds accounted for the biggest single share of net outlows, some €273m. Equity funds and short term bond funds respectively saw net outflows of €253m and €204m. By market share, Nordea Funds retained the top spot...

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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.