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March Quarter 2020 Investment Statistics | Guernsey Financial Services Commission

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First Quarter 2020

Guernsey Funds  

The total net asset value of Guernsey funds has increased in Sterling terms during the last quarter by £5.5 billion (2.4%) to £233.2 billion.  Over the past year, total net asset values have increased by £16.4 billion (7.6%). 

Open-ended Schemes  

Within these totals, Guernsey domiciled open-ended funds decreased over the quarter by £1.6 billion (-3.5%) to £44.7 billion.  This represents an increase of £2.2 billion (5.2%) in the past year.

Closed-ended Schemes  

The Guernsey closed-ended sector increased over the quarter by £7.1 billion (3.9%) to £188.4 billion.  This represents an increase of £14.2 billion (8.2%) in the past year.

Guernsey Green Funds

Within the totals for Guernsey Funds, Guernsey Green Funds held a total net asset value of £3.3 billion at the end of the quarter.

Non-Guernsey Schemes

Non-Guernsey open-ended schemes, for which some aspect of management, administration or custody is carried out in the Bailiwick, had a net asset value of £33.9 billion at the end of the quarter.

 The total net asset value of Guernsey funds and Non-Guernsey open-ended schemes has decreased in Sterling terms during the last quarter by £1.2 billion (-0.5%) to £267.1 billion.  Over the past year, total net asset values decreased by 13.3 billion (-4.7%)

The  statistics are available here.

 Enquiries to: Andrew Dempster, Assistant Director Investment, Fiduciary and Pension Division

Tel: (01481) 712706  Fax: (01481) 726952 International Dialling Code: +44 1481 E-mail: [email protected]

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