Zurich's UK platform assets had grown to £6.97bn by the end of the third quarter.
This latest figure - which does not include legacy assets - reflects an increase in AUA of £2.35bn since the start of 2013.
The platform currently has more than 1,500 clean share classes and approximately 25% of assets are now going into clean funds.
By the end of the third quarter, over 400 adviser firms had placed assets on the retail platform.
Zurich UK chief executive Gary Shaughnessy said the figures indicate Zurich is on course to be the most successful adviser platform launch ever in its first year of trading.
Shaughnessy said: "On the retail side, we think this will be the most successful first year adviser platform launch in the market ever.
"The corporate business has really been growing very strongly and that has been supported by auto enrolment and by new scheme wins over the last year or so. We are now up to around 440 corporate clients on the platform.
"Looking ahead, and in response to adviser and customer demand, we will be launching the first in a series of new solutions linking investment and protection in the New Year."
Zurich's corporate platform was launched in February 2012 and the retail platform soft-launched in September 2012.
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