Jupiter has recorded a £484m net inflow into its mutual fund range in the third quarter.
The retail flows made up the majoirty of the total £734m into Jupiter in Q3, which took the group's total assets under management to £22.2bn.
Flows into the group's mutual fund range now stands at £1.36bn for the calendar year 2010.
Jupiter says it is continuing to see strong demand for its Sicav range, as well as its Merlin multi-manager products, headed by the group's CIO John Chatfeild-Roberts.
The group recently added to its range with two vehicles from former RWC convertibles specialists Miles Geldard and Lee Manzi. It has also today unveiled its Global Emerging Markets fund, for ex-Invesco Perpetual manager Kathryn Langridge.
"Whilst markets rose across the quarter, fears of a double dip recession in developed world economies depressed sentiment before a rally in September," Chief executive Edward Bonham Carter says.
"Against this backdrop, it was pleasing to see the Group maintain steady net inflows in our mutual funds range and make progress in our segregated mandates."
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