Continuum adds five advisers as net assets grow by £300m in H1

Half year results

Sophie King
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National financial planning firm Continuum has reported a net asset increase of £300m in the first half of 2021.

In its half year results, Continuum revealed a 38% increase of net assets year-on-year, with assets under management for the firm now sitting at more than £1.4bn. The firm said it expected a turnover increase of 36% year-on-year, hitting £10.21m by the end of 2021, which passed the firm's 10-year projection for the first time. At the end of 2020 turnover sat at £7.51m. Gross profit also rose in the first half of 2021, a 56% increase year-on-year. Last year, Continuum saw a 41% increase in income from total new business written, a 31% rise in business turnover and an 11% growth in c...

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