Quilter maintains inflows amid 12% group AUMA decline

HNW flows up £100m

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Quilter CEO Paul Feeney
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Quilter CEO Paul Feeney

Quilter reported net inflows of £1.4bn in the first half of 2022, down from £2bn during the same time last year, as assets under management and administration declined by 12%, according to the wealth firm’s interim results.

Net inflows from its high net worth segment, which includes advice business Quilter Private Clients, part of discretionary wealth management business Quilter Cheviot, were up slightly at £500m, com...

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