SPP Funds sees continued demand for sustainable funds

Jonathan Boyd
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Following a year when it increased AUM by 33% against the previous year, SPP Funds, the Swedish fund provider that is part of Norwegian group Storebrand's multi-boutique model, has said it believes the demand trend for sustainable funds as well as index funds is set to be sustained through 2020. SPP Funds saw net inflows of some SEK19bn (€1.8bn) through the past year, taking AUM to SEK246bn (€23.2bn) by the year's end. The inflows accounted for some 15% of total net inflows to the Swedish fund industry, it says, and follows several years of striving to eliminate fossil fuel exposure from...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

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