Pumped up by equities, total fund assets in Sweden increased by SEK 70bn (€6.64bn) last month, recording a high of SEK 4,941bn (€468.38bn) at the end of November.
This forms the US fixed income asset manager's first fund dedicated to the fight against global climate change.
As of 30 September 2019, assets under management in the Austrian fund industry valued at €189.2bn.
Equity funds in the UK bounced back with inflows of £648m (€767.17m) in October 2019, after record outflows of £4.6bn (€5.32bn) in the third quarter of the year.
According to temporary data from Spanish asset management association Inverco, assets under management in the local fund industry reached €272.97bn as of end November 2019.
French AuM declined on the whole in 2018 after expanding for five years, according to AMF figures.
World Bank and Credit Suisse issued a US$ 28.6m five-year Sustainable Development Bond for sustainable use of oceans and coastal areas.
Swiss investment funds stood at CHF 1,195bn (€1,089bn) at the end of October, recording a month-on-month increase of CHF 12.5bn (1.05%).
Norwegian retail investors invested NOK 565m (€55.85m) in mutual funds in October, while foreign investors pumped in NOK 438m (€43.30m) into Norwegian securities during the same month.