Equity fund inflows hit new highs in Norway

Norwegian equity funds have seen a record inflow of NOK 55bn (EUR 5.1bn) in the first half of 2021. Total net inflows to the Norwegian mutual fund market amount to NOK 98bn (EUR 9.3bn).

CEO of VFF Bernt S. Zakariassen | Photo: PR

Norwegian equity funds have attracted far more capital than they have in previous years, according to the Norwegian Fund and Asset Management Association, Verdipapirfondenes forening (VFF). Year-to-date inflows to equity funds total NOK 55bn (EUR 5.1bn).

Retail clients have invested NOK 19bn (EUR 1.8bn) in equity funds, and CEO of VFF Bernt S. Zakariassen believes that there are three key factors that have led to this increase in investments.

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