Henderson recorded a £300m net inflow into its retail fund range in Q3, including £100m into its UK domiciled products.
The group also saw a £200m net inflow into its higher margin Horizon products, helping to drive overall assets under management at the group up 5% to £59.2bn.
In the UK, the group says the inflows were spread across a broad range of vehicles, including its multi-manager, Credit Alpha, Strategic Bond and European Special Situations funds.
Horizon flows were primarily into the group's Global Technology, Pan European Equity and Global Currency funds.
Henderson chief executive Andrew Formica says risk appetite of both retail and institutional investors remains low, as poor economic news weighs on improving equity markets.
"Henderson continues to see healthy demand especially in our fixed income credit products, recognising the strength of the team we have built in this area," he says.
"We invested some of the client capital earmarked for property investments and expect this to continue in the fourth quarter and into 2011.
"Overall, Henderson's diversity, combined with good investment performance and client focus, provides clients with a broad product range to choose from to suit their risk appetite and investment profile."
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