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About EPFR’s Fund Flows and Allocations Data and Insights

 

Unparalleled understanding of how money is moving and why

EPFR provides a deeper view of the market to show where money is moving across geographies, sectors, industries and securities, enabling the global investment community to make intelligent decisions based on solid facts.

Our best-in-class Fund Flows and Allocations Data helps you reveal the investible truth by looking at market trends, investor sentiment, liquidity, risk signals and corporate actions, and can be tailored to your specific use case.

$52T+

AUM of tracked assets

93%

AUM coverage of all equity fund products globally

151K+

Share classes

$7T+

Money market funds tracked globally

25+

Years of experience

Primary benefits

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Industry-leading timeliness and granularity

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Supports both bottom-up and top-down asset allocation strategies

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Illustrated analysis of key factors driving current flow trends

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Critical insights at macro and stock levels

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Unique views on fund manager and investor sentiment

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Insight into the fixed Income fund market at a bond ownership and security level

Connecting the dots with EPFR’s Fund Flows

Unlock key insights on how and where retail and institutional investors are placing their money with EPFR’s unparalleled view of globally-domiciled ETF fund flows and mutual fund flows.

Dating back to 1995, our fund flow data provides as-reported coverage of the net flows into and out of a universe of over 151,000 share classes and $52 trillion in assets tracked (AUM), helping our clients reveal the investible truth from:

  • Equity Fund Flows
  • Bond Fund Flows
  • All other major asset classes, including: Money Market Flows, Alternative Fund Flows, and Multi-Asset Flows

Trusted by:

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of the Bulge Bracket (the world’s largest investment banks)

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of the “top 20” global asset management firms (by AUM)

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of the Bulge Bracket (the world’s largest central banks)

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of the “top 20” global asset mgmt firms (by AUM)

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Soft landing story facing trade barriers

Soft landing story facing trade barriers

A ‘soft landing’ for the global economy, with inflation broadly tamed while avoiding a recession, remains the dominant narrative in asset markets, freeing investors to indulge their risk appetite and keep driving key indexes to fresh record highs. But the latest round of US tariffs aimed at Chinese electric vehicle (EV) and technology exports made that narrative harder to sustain going into the final week of May.

Green shoots for Europe stock funds

Green shoots for Europe stock funds

With the Bank of England and the European Central Bank widely expected to follow the example of their Swedish and Swiss counterparts, and start cutting interest rates at their June policy meetings, investors waded a little deeper into the European equity pool during the second week of May.

Living through interesting times

Living through interesting times

Weaker US job creation numbers and the first interest rate cut by Sweden’s central bank since 2016 gave investor risk appetite a modest boost during the first week of May. Flows to all EPFR-tracked Equity Funds climbed to a six-week high, High Yield Bond Funds recorded their biggest inflow since early November and Europe Equity Funds posted consecutive weekly inflows for the first time in over 14 months.

Soft landing story facing trade barriers

Soft landing story facing trade barriers

A ‘soft landing’ for the global economy, with inflation broadly tamed while avoiding a recession, remains the dominant narrative in asset markets, freeing investors to indulge their risk appetite and keep driving key indexes to fresh record highs. But the latest round of US tariffs aimed at Chinese electric vehicle (EV) and technology exports made that narrative harder to sustain going into the final week of May.

Green shoots for Europe stock funds

Green shoots for Europe stock funds

With the Bank of England and the European Central Bank widely expected to follow the example of their Swedish and Swiss counterparts, and start cutting interest rates at their June policy meetings, investors waded a little deeper into the European equity pool during the second week of May.

Living through interesting times

Living through interesting times

Weaker US job creation numbers and the first interest rate cut by Sweden’s central bank since 2016 gave investor risk appetite a modest boost during the first week of May. Flows to all EPFR-tracked Equity Funds climbed to a six-week high, High Yield Bond Funds recorded their biggest inflow since early November and Europe Equity Funds posted consecutive weekly inflows for the first time in over 14 months.