Jupiter reports £1bn net inflow; completes sale of private client arm

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Jupiter Fund Management saw a net inflow of more than £1bn into its fund range in the nine months to September, a period in which it concluded the sale of its private client business to Rathbones.

In a trading update covering the three months to 30 September 2014, the group reported AUM of £31.7bn following the sale of its private client arm in a deal which will net the group proceeds of £22m. Jupiter...

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