NAV of BAMOSZ Funds at HUF 47 bln in May

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Net subscription of units of investment funds managed by members of the Association of Hungarian Investment Fund and Asset Management Companies (BAMOSZ) were a little under HUF 47 billion in May, according to association data.

In April, net redemptions were close to HUF 1 bln.

The fresh data show net asset value of BAMOSZ funds stood at HUF 7.685 trillion at the end of May, up 8% from 12 months earlier. NAV of property funds rose 5% to HUF 1.738 tln.

Assets in bond funds increased 3% to HUF 1.535 tln and assets in mixed funds climbed 12% to HUF 1.711 tln. Assets in funds of funds grew 23% to HUF 2.144 tln. NAV of equities funds rose 8% to HUF 770 bln.

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