Brooks Macdonald posts record underlying profits and £800m inflows

Attracted £800m of net inflows in the 12 months to the end of June

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Andrew Shepherd (pictured), took over as CEO of Brooks Macdonald in July 2021.
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Andrew Shepherd (pictured), took over as CEO of Brooks Macdonald in July 2021.

Brooks Macdonald has posted record underlying profits of £34.5m for the 12 months to June, as the group stayed in positive flows territory despite a £800m drop in funds under management.

The wealth management firm attracted £800m of net inflows in the 12 months to the end of June, up 4.8% for the full year, according to its annual results.   Just the fourth quarter alone brought...

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