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

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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 €621bn, representing 20% of total UCITS bond fund assets, while risk-adjusted returns continue to be ...

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