Taiwan was the top performer by far when it came to net inflows of sustainable funds in Q1, with USD842m. Taiwan was followed by South Korea, which saw USD30m of inflows. These two form part of the USD911m net flows of sustainable funds in Asia-Pacific, higher than the USD34m in net inflows in Q4 2021. Total sustainable fund assets in Asia, excluding Japan, held steady at USD71bn in Q1 of 2022. Taiwan and South Korea remained the two largest markets by asset size outside of China. Globally, sustainable funds attracted USD96.6bn of net new money in Q1. Most regions saw a slump in sustainable fund inflows in the first three months of the year, except for Canada and Asia ex-Japan, which saw a rise in investors’ money by 31% and 21%, respectively.
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