As of April 2020, Slovenian mutual funds manage EUR 2.76bn, representing a decrease of 1.31% YoY.
For today, we decided to present you with a short asset structure analysis of Slovenian mutual funds. When looking at the graph below, one can notice that the Slovenian mutual funds have not significantly changed their assets structure during COVID-19 crisis.
As of April 2020, shares account for 66.9% of the total assets structure of mutual funds, which is slightly above the historic minimum of 65.6% in the observed period. Note that the equity holdings of Slovenian mutual funds reached their peak in September 2007, when they accounted for 76.4% of the total asset structure.
Next come bonds, which make up for 18.7% of the total asset structure, and which is a slight decline from all-time high of 20.0% that happened in March 2020. Investment funds share in AUM amounts to 7% of total assets. Money market, deposits & cash, follow, making up 6.8% of total AUM.
As of April 2020, Slovenian mutual funds manage EUR 2.76bn, observing a slight decline of 1.31% YoY . It is worth noting that mutual funds are experiencing slight recovery after a considerable loss in March 2020 due to crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, as AUM of Slovenian mutual funds increased 7.82% MoM. Meanwhile, on a YTD basis, AUM is 8.6% down, indicating that the investors were not withdrawing funds at a significant level during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Source: Securities Market Agency, InterCapital Research