Net inflows to sustainable funds in Asia Pacific fell to $929 million in the second quarter of 2022, while the US recorded outflows for the first time in five years.
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A growing list of corporates and investors have committed to pulling their investments from Russia, leaving observers to ponder where the outstanding funds will flow.
Apac asset managers found the most appeal in fixed income universes in 2021, but stayed away from equities, according to an eVestment report.
The top 15 active houses worldwide attracted over half of industry inflows last year, proving size matters. Their growth was driven by income funds, equity, multi-asset and alternatives.
Strategic Insight research shows Asia-based funds overall had a good, not great year in 2011, in line with the US and in contrast to Europe; but only the top managers benefited.
Emerging-market funds accounted for the bulk of worldwide equity-fund inflows last week, as investors reacted to expected dollar weakness, according to EPFR Global.
Equity funds suffer from net outflows as many investors turn to fixed-income funds once again.
United States, Western Europe and Japan equity funds post their largest six-month combined outflows on record; Middle East and Latin America funds are the clear winners.
First quarter data from Lipper shows investors in Singapore turning more cautious with overall fund inflows declining and equity portfolios posting net outflows versus net inflows previously.
US equity funds and money market funds absorb inflows, while Asia ex-Japan funds continue to suffer from net outflows. Taiwan bucks the regional trend with eight straight weeks of net inflows.
The renewed influx of funds in US portfolios last week came at the expense of emerging markets portfolios which suffered outflows.
Equity funds continue to post net outflows, save for a few that invest in global emerging markets, according to EPFR Global data.