Record inflows and strong returns sent Nordic fund market skyrocketing in 2021

All four Nordic investment fund markets broke net inflow records last year, where strong returns also boosted assets under management. 2021 was also the year where some fund managers took massive market shares, while others lost ground.

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2021 was a fantastic year for the Nordic fund markets.  They saw a total net inflow of EUR 46.4bn and increased total assets under management by EUR 237bn.

This means total returns of EUR 190.6bn to the four Nordic fund markets, equaling 80 percent of last year's AUM increase.

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