St. James's Place, the wealth management group, has reported it now has funds under management of £41.8bn, up 5% over the three months ended 30 September 2013, and 20% since the start of the year.
Funds under management increased by £1.9bn in the quarter, and are up £7bn since the start of the year.
Net inflow of funds under management were £1.03bn, up 37% on the same period last year.
New business also saw an upswing, with total single investments of £1.7bn, up 27% during the quarter to £5.2bn for the year so far.
Total new business on an APE basis was £203.9m, making a rise of 23% compared to the same period in 2012.
Within these figures there was particularly strong growth in ISA and unit trust sales, the company said.
St. James's Place chief executive David Bellamy (pictured) said the business has a "reassuring consistency" with a focus on maintaining long lasting relationships with the firm's advisers and clients.
"The focus we have maintained on those relationships and providing our clients with reliable added value advice and investment performance has enabled us to double our funds under management over the last four years.
"We believe in face-to-face advice and are committed to delivering this through our dedicated and professional team of advisers, the Partnership. We also believe in active investment management with the breadth of our investment proposition today providing a balance and dependency that our clients appreciate.
"The momentum in our business is such that we remain confident in our ability to deliver growth in line with our objectives during the final quarter of 2013 and beyond."
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