Retail clients flock to Norwegian passive fund manager

Norwegian asset manager KLP Kapitalforvaltning attracted a record net inflow from retail clients in 2020: "Low costs, Nordic Swan Ecolabel funds and a greater interest in investments from the Norwegians are the reasons behind the massive inflow," head of funds in KLP Kapitalforvaltning, Ann-Elisabeth Tunli Moe, tells AMWatch.

Ann-Elisabeth Tunli Moe, Head of Funds at KLP Kapitalforvaltning. | Photo: PR/KLP Kapitalforvaltning

Money has kept flowing in the direction of the Norwegian asset manager KLP Kapitalforvaltning over the course of 2020. Retail clients, especially, have been attracted to funds at KLP Kapitalforvaltning – the asset management arm of Norway's largest pension company KLP.

In December, the KLP funds received a net inflow of NOK 1.7bn, while for the whole year of 2020, they attracted a net NOK 10bn with half of these assets coming from retail clients.

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