Tatton assets grow 22% on the back of record £1.8bn net inflows

Results come on the back of new advice firms joining the business

Valeria Martinez
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Tatton Investment Management assets under management (AUM) have surged 22.3% to £13.9m in a challenging period for markets, after attracting record net annual inflows.

According to its unaudited trading update for the year to March 2023 published today (18 April), the firm reported £1.8bn of annual net inflows, a 40.5% rise from the £1.3bn reported in the previous year and a 71.5% increase over the average of the last five years.  The number of active firms joining the business over the period grew 16.5% to 869, which led to net inflows in the second half of the year of £887m and £907m in the second half.  The group's acquisition of 8AM Global last August contributed to £1.1bn assets under influence, an increase from the £1bn at acquisition. Market ...

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