Refinitiv Lipper: European AUM drops €800bn in first quarter

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Refinitiv Lipper: European AUM drops €800bn in first quarter

A Refinitiv Lipper report has shown that assets under management in the European fund industry declined over the course of Q1 2022, from €15.3trn at the end of December 2021 to €14.5trn at the end of March 2022, with the continent hit hard by inflationary pressures and the war in Ukraine.

The report also found that 37% of the overall assets under management were held by ESG-related funds, and the majority of ESG-related assets were held by mutual funds and ETFs which are aligned to SFDR...

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