SPP Fonder beats peers on domestic H1 inflow

Swedish investors pilled SEK billions into SPP Fonder's fossil-free fund offering in H1 during the covid-19 pandemic. It is clear that investors want sustainable funds and that SPP Fonder is well-positioned to deliver on that demand, says CEO Åsa Wallenberg.

SPP Fonder CEO Åsa Wallenberg. | Photo: Micke Lundström

During the first half of 2020, Swedish fund company SPP Fonder had a net inflow of roughly SEK 7.2bn (EUR 700m), which is the highest in the market, according to a press statement. According to Åsa Wallenberg, CEO of SPP Fonder, the company's offering and distribution of sustainable equity and fixed income funds has been key to Sweden's highest inflow in H1.

"The strong rebound in the world's stock markets also shows how important it is to be long-term and to do regular monthly savings," she says.

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