Rathbones' inflows halve in H1 as investors retreat from funds

Anna Fedorova

Rathbones Unit Trust Management has seen its inflows more than halve compared to last year, reflecting a trend for outflows in the industry as a whole.

The asset management arm of Rathbone Brothers has seen a drop in net inflows from £338m in 2014 to £107m in the first half of 2015, while redemptions were up to £335m from £205m the previous year. Despite...

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