Premier Miton 'returns to inflows' as operational integration completes

AUM reaches £12bn

David Brenchley
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Premier Miton CEO Mike O'Shea
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Premier Miton CEO Mike O'Shea

Premier Miton saw a return to net inflows during Q1 of its financial year and its assets under management (AUM) reached £12bn as it completed the operational stages of the integration of both business post-merger.

The firm's AUM closed at £12bn on 31 December, a 13% rise from the £10.6bn at 30 September, as its equity and bond funds continued to see positive flows. However, they were offset by a continued trickle...

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