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European long-term MFs see net flows of EUR25.7bn in January

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The European funds industry saw net inflows of EUR25.7bn into long-term mutual funds in January 2015, according to Lipper’s latest Fund Flash report.

Single fund market flows for long-term funds showed a mixed but positive picture for January, with 10 of the 33 markets covered in the report showing net inflows. The single market with the highest net inflows for January was Switzerland (+EUR4.1 bn), followed by Germany (+EUR3.6 bn) and Italy (+EUR3.3 bn). Meanwhile, the United Kingdom (-EUR3.2 bn), the Netherlands (-EUR0.6 bn), and Denmark (-EUR.0.2 bn) stood on the other side.
 
Mixed-asset products – with estimated net inflows of EUR15.6 billion – were once again the best selling asset class overall for January.
 
BlackRock, with net sales of EUR6.1 billion, was the best selling group of long-term funds for January, ahead of UBS (+EUR3.0bn) and State Street (+EUR2.2bn).
 
Provisional figures for Luxembourg- and Ireland-domiciled funds suggest bond funds, with estimated net inflows of around EUR24.3bn, will be the best selling products for February 2015.

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