Index-linked funds behind net inflow at Swedbank Robur

In the second quarter of the year, Sweden's largest fund manager was able to offset AUM losses in Q1. The main part of the new inflow came from index-linked funds.

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Returns and inflows in the second quarter sent assets under management at Sweden's largest fund manager above the AUM at the end of 2019.

Second-quarter AUM rose to SEK 1,064bn (EUR 102.9bn) from SEK 951bn (EUR 92.0bn) in Q1 and SEK 998bn (EUR 96.5bn) after year-end 2019. Inflows amounted to SEK 4bn (EUR 386.8m) in the quarter compared to SEK -5bn (EUR -483.4m) in Q1.

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