Swedish fund sector announces record high AUM of EUR 440bn

In September, long and short fixed income funds pulled in most of net inflows – EUR 975m in total – while equity funds experienced net redemptions of EUR 230m in most fund categories.

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Total fund assets in Sweden exceeded EUR 440bn in September, the highest ever recorded in the Swedish fund market, reports the Swedish Investment Fund Association (Fondbolagens Förening).

In the course of the month, total fund assets increased by nearly EUR 7bn.

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