Jupiter has reported net fund flows of £458m for Q4 2013, taking its total assets under management to over £30bn for the first time.
The fund house said AUM as of 31 December stood at £31.7bn, up from £29.9bn at the end of Q3, after total net flows of £510m in the fourth quarter.
As well as the £458m in mutual fund flows, the headline figure was driven by a return of inflows into Jupiter's segregated mandates, which took in £55m on the quarter.
However, the private client division - rumoured to be of interest to a range of bidders including Rathbones - saw its first outflows for a year with a net £10m in redemptions.
Jupiter made no mention of the recent speculation surrounding the business.
Looking ahead, the fund house said it is planning to develop "relationships with key distributors on a global basis" - pointing, perhaps, to the intentions of incoming CEO Maarten Slendebroek as he looks to broaden the business away from its UK base.
Across 2013 as a whole, Jupiter saw net inflows of £1.3bn into its mutual funds, with early signs international diversification already in evidence: AUM in the company's Luxembourg SICAV reached £3bn by the year end.
Shares were up 2.4% at 388.9p by 8:40am following the release of the update.
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