Continuum adds another adviser as assets grow by 30% in 2021

Annual financial results

Ayesha Venkataraman
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National financial planning firm Continuum has reported a 30% increase of its assets under influence to £1.49bn.

In its annual results, Continuum also revealed a turnover increase of 39% increase year-on-year, reaching £10.51m at the end of 2021, up on £7.51m in 2020. The firm's banked income in December crossed a record-breaking £1m, seeing a 46% increase year on year. "Last month, a new major milestone was achieved, as we exceeded £1m turnover in a single month for the first time, an outcome that we have been building up to throughout 2021 and one which also saw us break through the landmark of exceeding £10m annualised turnover," said Martin Brown, Managing Partner at Continuum. The firm h...

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