In 2019, Dutch investment funds achieved returns of 18% - the highest level since the financial crisis.
Norwegian retail net subscriptions of NOK 3.5bn (€0.34bn) in January 2020 – highest since October 2018.
Investors in January withdrew a record-breaking $46bn from long-term equity mutual funds.
Danish investors are following the global passives trend but at a slower pace.
The Swedish investment fund association Fondbolagens förening estimates that local investment vehicles have boarded SEK 18bn (€1.7bn) in net inflows in January.
Assets under management of the Finnish fund industry totalled €127bn as of end January 2020, according to data from Finanssiala.
UK investors placed a record £18.1bn into tracker (index) funds in 2019.
The growth of the Irish fund industry, which is only 30 years old, has been phenomenal.