SPP Fonder pulls in highest net flow in June

The company saw an increased interest in its fixed income funds during the first half of the year, says CEO.

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SPP Fonder attracted a net flow of more than EUR 161m in June, which is the highest sum in the market representing 20.8 percent of all net flows that month.

"Increased interest in sustainable funds is clearly an advantage to our business," says SPP Fonder CEO Åsa Wallenberg.

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