Continuum: Assets increase 20% in Q1

Up to £1.52bn

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Martin Brown, managing director and founder, Continuum
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Martin Brown, managing director and founder, Continuum

Assets under influence rose a further 20% to £1.52bn for the quarter ending 31 March 2022 at Continuum, the national IFA firm has revealed.

It reported a 35% rise in ongoing recurring income (year-on-year) and a record banked income in March of £1.17m, a 29% rise year-on-year. Additionally, the firm has seen a 18% rise in average adviser...

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