Investors demand for UCITS drops 4.5%

Net outflows reach €90bn

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UCITS registered net outflows of €90bn for the first quarter
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UCITS registered net outflows of €90bn for the first quarter

Investor demand for UCTIS dropped sharply by 4.5% in Q1 of 2022, according to data by the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA).

UCITS registered net outflows of €90bn for the first quarter of this year, compared to net inflows of €238bn in Q4 of 2021. While UCITS equity funds continued to record net inflows of €24bn, compared to €57bn in the first quarter of 2021, UCITS bond funds and MMFs recorded large net outflows of €50bn and €119bn respectively. Meanwhile, UCITS multi-asset funds saw robust net sales of €56bn, slightly higher than its net sales of €50bn in the final quarter of last year. Managed Funds Association accuses LME of 'conflict of interest' during nickel turmoil EFAMA recorded that net out...

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