Norway has the fastest growing investment fund market in Europe

So far in 2021, Norway has experienced massive inflows to its investment fund markets, beating former records. The pandemic and different government initiatives have resulted in an increased savings rate. Data also show that market shares are shifting among Norwegian fund managers.

Håkon Hansen, Head of Wealth Management DNB, Randi Marjamaa head of retail clients and Nordea Norway, Kristoffer Sønnervik, director of institutional clients at Alfred Berg Kapitalforvaltning and CEO at KLP Kapitalforvaltning, Håvard Gulbrandsen | Photo: PR

To date, 2021 has been a fantastic year for the Norwegian investment fund market. Month after month – except for August – Norwegian investors have added new money to their fund investments.

Already in July, net sales beat the previous full-year record from 2014. Since then, inflows have continued, reaching a net NOK 114.3bn (EUR 11.2bn) by the end of October.

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