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Global Sustainable Fund Flows: Q4 2023 in Review

In the last quarter of 2023, global sustainable funds experienced net outflows of USD 2.5 billion, marking the first time they entered negative territory. Despite the overall decline, European sustainable funds remained resilient and attracted USD 3.3 billion of net new money in Q4, primarily driven by passive funds. On the other hand, U.S. sustainable funds saw net outflows of USD 5 billion, contributing to a total of USD 13 billion outflows for the year.


This quarterly report examines open-end funds and ETFs focused on impact, sustainability, or environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risk factors. This edition of the Global Sustainable Fund Flows report specifically covers recent activity in the global sustainable fund universe and details regional flows, assets, and launches for the fourth quarter of 2023.

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What's Inside

  • Compare ETF and mutual fund flows in Europe, the United States, Asia, Canada, and Australia/New Zealand.
  • Track trends in ESG fund launches quarter over quarter and stay on top of global regulatory updates
  • Analyze leading and lagging investment strategies.

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