Fund assets increased through March in Iceland

Jonathan Boyd
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Latest data published by the Central Bank of Iceland points to another month of asset gains by the country's mutual, investment and institutional investment funds. Total assets of these three fund types reached ISK846.1bn (€6.2bn) by the end of the month, up ISK15.9bn (€116m) on the previous month, with bond funds accounting for the bulk of this change, or some ISK12.1bn. Per fund type, total assets were ISK151.2bn for mutual funds, ISK345.5bn for investment funds, and ISK394.4bn for insti...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

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

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