Fixed income funds dominate first half inflows, equities still half of Norwegian assets - VFF

Jonathan Boyd
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Data published by the Norwegian Fund and Asset Management Association (VFF) suggest some NOK33bn (€3.37bn) of net inflows went to investment funds in the country through the first six months of 2019, predominantly to fixed income funds. Bond funds attracted some NOK19.2bn (€1.96bn) , and money market funds NOK3.5bn (€360m). Other fixed income funds took in NOK13.4bn. In contrast, equity funds saw net outflows of NOK2.5bn (€260m), and balanced and hedge funds each saw outflows of NOK100m (€10.2m). Together with market movements, the value of assets managed in Norwegian securities ...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

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