Morningstar: Europe-based fund assets decline, as ESG retains popularity with investors

Article 8 and 9 funds attracted €20.4bn

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Article 8 and 9 funds attracted €20.4bn

Article 8 and 9 funds attracted €20.4bn

Assets in long-term European funds fell, slightly, to €11.95bn at the end of January, according to recent data from Morningstar, while Article 8 and 9 funds attracted a total of €20.4bn net inflows over the month.

Assets in long-term funds domiciled in Europe declined to €11.95bn at the end of January, down from €12bn at the end of December. Bond funds had their first month of outflows since March 2020, according to Morningstar, while global large-cap equities had their highest net inflows at category level, gaining €15.2bn over the month. The Big Interview with Redwheel CEO Stallvik: 'Sustainability to me isn't like a commercial product opportunity' Compared to the last six months, equity fund flows increased markedly, while inflows into long-term funds stood at €41.5bn. UK large-cap equ...

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