- Total net inflows at €598 million in May (€2,515 million YTD)
- Net inflows of managed solutions at €117 million (€942 million YTD)
Milan, 6 June 2022 - Robust total net inflows in May amounting to €598 million confirmed that Banca Generali is seen as a safe haven at times of high market volatility. Net inflows came mostly from AUC solutions and current accounts, as is often the case in periods of market uncertainty. Total net inflows grew to €2.5 billion YTD.
Net inflows of managed products amounted to €117 million (€942 million YTD), of which €51 million from financial wrappers (€358 million YTD), which in the current economic context benefited from the high level of customisation and volatility risk control they provide.
Net inflows from AUC solutions and current accounts totalled €575 million in May (€1.69 billion YTD), of which €404 million in current account liquidity (€956 million YTD), waiting for the best moment to be invested. Liquidity growth was also attributable to the sharp increase in net inflows from new clients acquired in the month. The result was also due to the growth in both AUC advisory services and structured products, which brought the net inflows of AUC solutions to €171 million (€734 million YTD).
Chief Executive Officer and General Manager Gian Maria Mossa stated: “May was a very complex month on the financial markets due to the great uncertainty caused by the war, inflationary pressures and rate hike expectations. In this situation, net inflows were particularly strong thanks to the growing attention paid to advisory, with households increasingly recognising and appreciating both our bankers’ professionalism and the excellent solidity, quality and protection offered by Banca Generali. All our people are fully focused on supporting our bankers in best advising and assisting customers, while also accelerating the initiatives presented during the Investor Day. In a context of prudence due to geopolitical tensions and economic pressures, we remain confident that we can continue to grow in line with our plan’s ambitious objectives."