Continuum hits AUA of £1.81bn for Q2 as M&G deal finalises

Adviser numbers have also increased by 14% at the national IFA

Sahar Nazir
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National IFA Continuum has reported a 19% rise in assets under advice to reach over £1.81bn in the second quarter of 2023.

The firm has also reported a 14% increase in adviser numbers year-on-year, bringing the total number of advisers to 67. Furthermore, Plymouth-based Continuum said today (25 July) in its Q2 results that it worked on improving its adviser support system during the period by increasing its paraplanning and central administration teams. Ongoing recurring income saw a 10% increase, while My Continuum Select Model Portfolios recorded a 17% year-on-year growth in overall written levels, amounting to £275m. The firm's strategic partnership with the accountancy body 2020 Innovation also con...

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