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Nordea pushes new mixed funds with sustainability profile; eyes up "significant inflow" across Nordics

The major bank offers customers an all-in-on-solution with a series of new balanced funds invested in a mix of sustainable equities and fixed income products.

Sara Mella, Acting Head of Personal Banking at Nordea. | Photo: Nordea/PR

As a response to customer demand for responsible investments, Nordea has launched a series of new balanced funds that include both sustainable equities and fixed income investments.

"Balanced funds are popular savings products, and we also expect significant inflows to the new sustainable ones. These long-awaited funds complement our Sustainable Selection product family – a family we believe will have a strong impact on the Nordic markets via our millions of customers," says Sara Mella, Acting Head of Personal Banking at Nordea, in a press release.

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