Parmenion's platform has passed £500m of assets under administration, with monthly inflows quadrupling year-on-year to £30m.
The inflow figure has risen £10m since July, when managing partner Richard Mein (pictured) told IFAonline the firm wanted to hit £1bn AUA in two years.
It also announced a tiered charging structure sliding from 30bps down to 15bps in an attempt to attract high net-worth clients. Case sizes have risen by 50% as a result, said Mein.
"As advisers have continued to use our services to underpin their own centralised investment propositions, they are increasingly using us for much larger portfolios and it has become clear that the charging structure needed to change to accommodate this," he said.
Assets were also bolstered by an exclusive deal with CAERUS Portfolio Management. Parmenion currently has more than 450 advisers using the platform.
"Parmenion has always strived to provide the best possible investment services and support to advisers in today's competitive and challenging environment," Mein said.
"We help advisers build outstanding investment propositions and grow their businesses by providing investment solutions that can be tailored to the needs of individual clients."
Succeeding co-founder Simon Rogerson
Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index
More than 10 million shares allocated
Long-term strategic holding
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