Sustainable Festival: Morningstar's Hortense Bioy highlights record inflows into climate funds in Q1

Expects trend to continue

Anna Fedorova
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Hortense Bioy of Morningstar is a keynote speaker at the Sustainable Investment Festival
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Hortense Bioy of Morningstar is a keynote speaker at the Sustainable Investment Festival

Climate funds, including those investing in climate solutions, clean energy, clean tech and green bonds, have seen a significant increase in flows over the last 12 months, according to Hortense Bioy, director of sustainability research at Morningstar.

In Q4 2020 and Q1 2021, six of the ten best-selling funds in Europe were related to climate, attracting more than €9bn in net inflows. Speaking at the Sustainable Investment Festival today (24 June),...

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