Paris-based asset manager La Française said it attracted inflows of more the €3 billion during the first quarter of 2017.
The figure meant that inflows for the group, which manages €63.7 billion of assets, climbed 6%.
Inflows were driven by the group’s main offerings, which cover traditional investments and real estate.
La Francaise said international investors accounted for more than 14% of its assets under management.
The firm recently recruited Nina Lagron, described as the first woman to manage Middle Eastern equities, as a senior portfolio manager in a new role within the firm’s socially responsible equities team.
Credit Mutuel Nord Europe, a banking and insurance group present in Northern France and Belgium, holds 92% of the voting rights of La Française.
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