Responsible fund retail flows reach record £7.1bn in 2020

Investors add £975m in Q3

Mike Sheen
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Responsible fund assets totalled £40bn at the end of September
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Responsible fund assets totalled £40bn at the end of September

Responsible investment funds have seen record retail net inflows of £7.1bn in 2020, with investors adding £3.1bn in the third quarter of the year, figures from the Investment Association (IA) show.

The latest IA fund flows data, published today (5 November), show responsible fund assets totalled £40bn at the end of September and now represent 3% of industry AUM. IA CEO Chris Cummings said responsible...

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