Asia-registered funds have seen plenty of net assets inflows from around the globe.
In this article, Citywire Asia presents the top four funds which had the highest global net inflow figures from February 1, 2016 to April 30, 2016.
All the funds in this category are available for sale in Singapore or Hong Kong.
1. Nordea 1 - Stable Return BP EUR of Nordea Group received the biggest amount of net assets inflows globally, amounting to around $4.1 billion.
The fund’s assets under management were about $13.9 billion by the end of April and it lost around $791 million through performance.
2. The first runner-up of this category is JPM Global Macro Opportunities A Acc EUR from JP Morgan Asset Management. The fund had global net assets inflows of about $3.3 billion during the past three months until April 30.
It had $5.1 billion assets under management as of April 30 and lost around $1.6 billion due to the performance within the three months’ period.
3. Capital Group EM Debt (LUX) B USD from Capital Group became the second runner-up in terms of global net asset inflows figure, amounting to around $1.7 billion in the past three months until April 30.
By the end of April 30, the fund had about $3.5 billion assets under management.
4. from Old Mutual Global Investors came fourth for its global net assets inflows during the same period, amounting to $1.4 billion.
It lost around $52 million due to the performance and its assets under management by the end of April were about $7.1 billion.