The assets of collective investment schemes in Bulgaria declined by a total of 78.265 mln leva in November, shows data made available to Profit.bg. At the end of the month, the funds controlled a total of 905.055 mln leva (462.747 mln euros).
At the end of October, by comparison, collective schemes in the country controlled 983.32 mln leva (502.763 mln euros), and at the end of September the figures stood at 882.5 mln leva (451.215 mln euros).
DSK Rastej and Capman Max lead the chart with assets in the amount of 73.74 mln leva (37.702 mln euros) and 71.45 mln leva (36.531 mln euros), respectively, while at the end of October, they controlled 85.68 mln leva and 89.35 mln leva.
Assets of Advance Invest shrunk from 75.06 mln leva to 68.07 mln leva (34.803 mln euros). The change in figures for Raiffeissen Bulgaria Shares Fund and Raiffeissen Bulgaria Balanced Fund is from 76.247 mln leva to 66.097 mln leva (33.794 mln euros), and from 63.123 mln leva to 59.287 mln leva (30.312 mln euros), respectively.
The top 10 also includes DSK Balance, UBB Premium Shares, Elana Balanced Eurofund, Elana Balanced $ Fund, and BenchMark Fund-2.
The assets of a total of 23 Bulgarian funds top 10 mln leva.
|№||Name||Assets in BGN|
|4||Raiffeissen Bulgaria Shares Fund||66097355|
|5||Raiffeissen Bulgaria Balanced fund||59287493,1|
|7||UBB Premium Shares||42162047,1|
|8||Elana Balanced Eurofund||41194305|
|9||Elana Balanced $ Fund||34567123,7|