Continuum hits £1.72bn in assets after 9 years of quarterly growth

Plymouth national IFA was minority acquired by M&G in March

Hope William-Smith
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Assets under influence at Continuum have hit a record £1.72bn after it recorded 13% year-on-year growth between January and March this year.

The Plymouth-based national has now marked its 35th consecutive quarter, or almost nine years, of growth in assets. The first quarter of 2023 saw an 8% rise in ongoing recurring income with its in-house discretionary model portfolio service a strong contributor. Overall written levels on My Continuum Select Model Portfolios rose 19% year-on-year to hit £266m as of 31 March. Income from its professional partnerships channel also helped, with Continuum recording an 18% year-on-year rise for Q1. Managing partner Martin Brown said: "As we grow stronger together, we move ever closer ...

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