Both total and advised platform assets decreased in Q1 2022 - the lang cat

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Both total and advised platform assets decreased in Q1 2022 - the lang cat

Total platform assets across all platforms fell by 2.66% and advised platform assets also dipped by 2.42% this quarter as compared to the last, according to the lang cat’s latest quarterly Platform Market Scorecard.

Additionally, gross flows across all channels were down by 21.89% while net sales decreased 44.68% in Q1 2022, indicating outflows have risen across the market, according to the lang cat. Fundscape...

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