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UCITS and ETFs continued to attract net inflows in March: EFAMA

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EFAMA’s March figures reveal that UCITS and AIFs recorded net inflows of EUR24 billion, up from EUR21 billion in February.

UCITS attracted net inflows of EUR22 billion, compared to EUR23 billion in February.

Long-term UCITS (UCITS excluding money market funds) saw net inflows of EUR18 billion, down from EUR32 billion in February.

Equity funds registered net outflows of EUR1 billion, compared to net inflows of EUR12 billion in February. Bond funds experienced net inflows of EUR19 billion, down from EUR 34 billion in February.

Multi-asset funds continued to suffer from net outflows (EUR4 billion), compared to EUR14 billion in February.

UCITS money market funds experienced net inflows of EUR4 billion, compared to net outflows of EUR9 billion in February. UCITS ETFs recorded net inflows of EUR13 billion, down from EUR20 billion in February.

AIFs recorded net inflows of EUR2 billion, compared to net outflows of EUR2 billion in February. Total net assets of UCITS and AIFs increased by 2 per cent, to EUR21,627 billion.

Thomas Tilley, Senior Economist at EFAMA, says: “During the first three months of 2024, the long-term UCITS market exhibited the same trends as in 2023: solid net inflows into bond funds and equity ETFs and net outflows from multi-asset funds.”

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