Quilter's WealthSelect MPS passes £10bn in AUM

‘WealthSelect has had a lot to contend with over the years’

Ayesha Venkataraman
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Quilter’s WealthSelect Managed Portfolio Service (MPS) has achieved £10bn in assets under management (AUM), making it one of the largest MPSs in the market, it said.

Earlier this year, Quilter expanded WealthSelect with the number of portfolios on offer increasing from 16 to 56, alongside a range of advice tools. In addition to a range of active and blended portfolios, it also offers advisers the choice of passive portfolios and a range of responsible and sustainable investing options. In February this year, Quilter announced that it would add 32 responsible and sustainable portfolios to its WealthSelect MPS, which would allow advisers to accommodate various levels of ESG in their preferred management style, aligned to the client's appetite for ri...

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