The first half shows a huge amount of capital pumped into mixed asset funds in Asia, according to data from the research firm.
Greece, the expected US rate hike and China's slowing growth all roiled markets in the first half. The unusual capital flows were likely due to investor concerns over increasing volatility in global markets, something mixed asset promises to mitigate.
New net capital flows into equities and bonds were also up compared to the first half in 2014.
In fact, the total amount of all new capital flowing into Asia during the first half more than doubled to $370bn.
*Asia ex-Australia. Internal fund of funds and fund of hedge funds excluded for all markets except Japan.Source: Strategic Insight, Simfund Global Basic