Norwegian institutionals bank on fixed income funds in August

Norvège
On the 09/24/20 at 7:45AM

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Tuba Raqshan

The institutional investors comprising pension funds, joint stock companies and municipalities net subscriptions for all types of fixed income funds stood at NOK 3.4bn (€310m) in August.
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Norwegian institutional investors’ net subscriptions to mutual funds stood at NOK 5.7bn (€520m) in August, according to latest data from the Norwegian Fund and Asset Management Association (VFF). Of this, net subscriptions to equity and mixed funds accounted for NOK 2.4bn (€220m). Foreign clients to Norwegian funds contributed net inflows of NOK 0.7bn (€64m) in August.

Meanwhile, retail customers’ net subscriptions to mutual funds stood at NOK 1bn (€91m), with equity and mixed funds attracting NOK 0.6bn (€55m) and fixed income funds gaining NOK 0.4bn (€36m). Pension funds had a net subscription of NOK 6.2bn (€570m), with NOK 3.4bn (€310m) invested in equity and mixed funds and NOK 0.7bn (€64m) in fixed income funds.

Net subscriptions for Norwegian mutual funds stood at NOK 9.7bn (€880m) in August, with NOK 6bn (€550m) in equity and mixed funds and NOK 3.7bn (€340m) in fixed income funds. Total assets increased by 2.2% to NOK 1,368bn (€124.69bn) in August.