In H1, net contributions in Slovenian mutual funds reached EUR 252.8m, which is higher than any (full) year since 2007 (available data).
As of June 2021, Slovenian mutual funds manage EUR 3.88bn, recording an increase for the eight consecutive month (+4.2% MoM).
Moreover, total AUM of Slovenian UCTIS funds reached their high since June 2007, which also represents 19.9% YTD growth.
Following a continuous positive trend in net contributions in 2021, June’s contribution amounted to EUR 37.46m. Meanwhile, this year’s net contributions reached EUR 252.82m so far. To put things into perspective, the net contributions seen in H1 2021 already by far surpassed total yearly contributions since 2007 (available data).
When talking about asset structure, as of June 2021, shares, which account for 70.2% of the total assets (or EUR 2.7bn), observed a slight increase of 0.1% MoM.
Of that, domestic equity holdings amounted to EUR 63.71m, representing a decrease of 1.7% MoM and a drop of 15.8% when compared to pre-pandemic times (January 2020). However, on a YTD basis, domestic equity holdings are up by 7.7%.
On the other hand, foreign equity holdings have reached EUR 2.66bn and are making up the majority of Slovenian mutual funds.
Bonds come second, accounting for 15.7% (or EUR 611.1m), followed by investment funds with 7.8%.