Handelsbanken raised AUM 10 percent in 2020 with Sweden's largest net inflow to mutual funds

Sweden's third-largest asset manager attracted the largest inflow to Swedish mutual funds in 2020. According to Handelsbanken's Q4 report, the transition towards more sustainable funds has contributed to the strong inflow.

Handelsbanken's headquarters in Stockholm. | Photo: Handelsbanken/PR

Total assets under management at Sweden's third-largest asset manager rose by 10 percent to SEK 846bn (EUR 83.3bn), of which SEK 769bn (EUR 75.7bn) was invested in Handelsbanken's mutual funds.

The net inflow to the bank's mutual funds in Sweden was SEK 40.8bn (EUR 4bn) compared to SEK 29.7bn (EUR 2.9bn)  in 2019.

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