Finnish bond funds attract inflows, equity funds don't

Jonathan Boyd
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Net inflows to investment funds domiciled in Finland were barely changed at €1m for the entire month of October, but this headline figure masks a disparity between bond and asseet allocation funds that attracted money on a net basis, versus equity funds that saw money outflows. Bond fund inflows were €358m, according to data from Investment Research Finland. Asset allocation funds saw net inflows of €100m, with a further €26m going into alternative funds. However, equity funds saw net outflows of €448m, taking year-to-date outflows to some €4.5bn. Also noteable is that within t...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

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