Strong inflows to Nordic mutual funds continued in June

Retail investors in particular are contributing to the continued strong inflows to Nordic fund markets. Equity funds have generally attracted the most inflows. 

Finland continued to see massive fund inflows in June. | Photo: Lehtikuva/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

In April 2021, inflows to the investment fund markets in all four Nordic countries had already exceeded the entire year of 2020.

The two smallest fund markets, Norway and Finland, experienced especially substantial net inflows, and the trend continued in June, AMWatch's research shows.

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