Locked content TFI assets grew by 1.3% in May

The assets of Polish investment funds (TFIs) increased by 1.3 percent month-on-month to PLN 284.1 billion in May, according to Analizy Online and IZFiA. Cash funds saw the biggest growth rate (by 4.1 percent), followed by non-public assets funds (3 percent) and absolute return funds (2.1 percent). T...

Locked content Investment funds with PLN 2.5 bln in inflows in January

Poland’s investment funds recorded net inflows of PLN 2.5 billion in January, a report by asset management lobby IZFiA showed. This was the best January result in a decade. Cash and money funds recorded PLN 1.5 billion inflows, with mixed funds in a distant second at PLN 390 million inflows. D...

Locked content Investment funds with PLN 4.6 bln net inflows in January

Polish investment funds recorded PLN 4.6 billion in net inflows in January, according to data released by Analizy Online and IZFiA. The result is 1.7 percent higher m/m and 8.2 percent y/y. At end-January investment funds’ AuM totaled PLN 283.6 billion. “The results were boosted by a favorable...

Locked content Polish investment funds assets inch down in September

Net assets under management (AuM) of Polish investment funds contracted by 0.45 percent m/m to PLN 273.8 billion in September, a report by researcher Analizy Online and asset management lobby IZFiA showed. Non-public asset funds are responsible for the overall decline. Last month the value of capita...

Locked content Poll: Most Poles invest in real estate, bullion and currency

The majority of Poles invest in real estate, bullion and currency, according to data from the Chamber of Fund and Asset Management (IZFiA). As much as 51 percent of the Polish population would invest in real estate, 28 percent in bullion, 14 percent in currency, and only 4 percent are interested in ...