Tatton AM's Paradigm Partners membership up over six months

DFM business’s FUM rises to £4.44bn

Julian Marr
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Paul Hogarth: "The growth in our funds under management is further evidence of the increasing demand for a low-cost DFM service to the mass affluent market place served by the IFA sector."
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Paul Hogarth: "The growth in our funds under management is further evidence of the increasing demand for a low-cost DFM service to the mass affluent market place served by the IFA sector."

Paradigm Partners, the IFA support services arm of Tatton Asset Management, has seen an uptick in membership over the last six months, now boasting 356 IFA firms, compared with 352 in March.

In its first trading statement since it floated on AIM in July, discretionary fund management and IFA support services business Tatton also revealed membership of its mortgage distribution arm had ...

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