Evelyn Partners records £2.1bn inflows as 'last year's headwinds ease'

The financial services giant also saw AUMA rise to £59.1bn in Q4

Isabel Baxter
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Evelyn Partners recorded a 50% increase in gross inflows reaching £2.1bn in Q4 last year, according to its latest results.

The professional services giant's latest trading update for the 12 months ended 31 December 2023 showed that it achieved record gross inflows of £7.8bn compared to £5.4bn in 2022. Net inflows increased to £700m in Q4 and on a full-year basis, Evelyn Partner's net inflows in 2023 were £3.1bn, up from £2.3bn which is a growth rate of 5.8% based on opening assets. Meanwhile, the group's assets under management and advice increased by 6.1% to £59.1bn which it contributed to a combination of strong net inflows of new assets and positive market movements in Q4. The latest results also sa...

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