Evli records 4.3 percent AUM growth in Q3

Asset under management reached new all-time high at the end of Q3 with net sales for Evli's funds amounting to EUR 350m over the third quarter, mainly in Nordic and European corporate bonds.

Evli flag | Photo: PR/Evli

Assets under management at Finland's second-largest asset manager, Evli, reached a record of EUR 16.8bn in the third quarter, up by 4.3 percent from EUR 16.1bn in Q2, particularly driven by the market development.

Commenting on Evli's Q3 result, CEO Maunu Lehtimäki writes that at the end of the review period, Evli had EUR 5.8bn in discretionary asset management assets. This had gone up from EUR 5.6bn at the end of Q2 and from EUR 5bn over the same period last year.

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