RLAM sees record inflows of £4.1bn in 'turbulent' 2018

Financial results

Jayna Rana
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Phil Loney, CEO of Royal London
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Phil Loney, CEO of Royal London

Royal London Asset Management has reported record-breaking external net flows of £4.1bn for 2018, allowing the group to maintain its £114bn FUM figure despite volatile markets.

The record figure compares with external net flows of just £2.8bn in 2017 and contributed to total net inflows of £7.7bn for 2018, which also include internal inflows of £3.6bn. This was achieved despite...

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