KLP Kapitalforvaltning's AUM boosted by net inflow from external costumers

The asset management arm of pension group KLP increased its assets under management in 2020, with most of the inflow stemming from external clients.

KLP's headquarters in Oslo. | Photo: PR/KLP

Total assets under management at KLP Kapitalforvaltning rose by 5.8 percent or NOK 32.7bn (EUR 3.2bn) to NOK 596bn (EUR 58.2bn) in 2020.

Half of the increase came in the fourth quarter, where assets under management grew by NOK 17bn (1.7bn) of which net inflow accounted for NOK 7bn (EUR 0.7bn).

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