Net inflows blast past previous records on Nordic fund markets

Four Nordic investment fund markets have now seen net inflows beating former records for full years, research conducted by AMWatch shows. 

Photo: David Goldman/AP/Ritzau Scanpix, Jens Dresling, Lars Hansen/Ritzau Scanpix, Thomas Borberg.

The investment fund markets in Finland, Norway, Denmark and now also Sweden have seen new all-time high yearly records in net inflows after the first eight months of 2021, a comparison conducted by AMWatch shows.

In particular, Finland and Norway, have seen net inflows soar during 2021.

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