Long-term funds' net inflows hit record €677bn worldwide - EFAMA report

Flows for Q3 2021

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Record flows in Q3

Net inflows into long-term funds were solid across all major regions, according to the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) latest quarterly trends report into worldwide regulated open-ended fund assets and flows for Q3 2021.

According to the report, worldwide long-term funds recorded net inflows of €677bn, up by €4bn compared to the €673bn of inflows in Q2, 2021. The United States saw the largest net inflows (€208bn), followed by Europe (€206bn), and the Asia-Pacific region (€160bn). Bond funds attracted the largest net sales (€287bn), with strong demand in the United States (€130bn), followed by Europe (€67bn) and China (€53bn). European ETFs net flows drop 26% in Q3 The net sales of equity funds also remained strong, with total sales reaching €195bn), with the United States (€72bn), Europe (€5...

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