EFAMA: Investors pour €102bn into sustainable UCITS bond funds last year

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EFAMA: Investors pour €102bn into sustainable UCITS bond funds last year

Demand for UCITS bond funds that apply ESG tilts has been steadily rising, according to the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA), as investors poured €102bn (£85.8bn) into the investment vehicle last year. The latest issue of EFAMA Market Insights series, ‘Sustainable UCITS Bond Funds for a Better Future', revealed sustainable UCITS bond funds attracted €33bn more than traditional UCITS bond funds last year, which took in net new money of €69bn. Net assets climbed to €...

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