Miton Group has appointed David Barron as interim chief executive as it reports steady growth in assets under management and a 70% rise in profits for the year ended 31 December, despite struggling with net sales.
In its full year results, Miton announced assets under management had risen to £2.9bn at the end of 2016, up from £2.7bn the previous year. However, the group has struggled with outflows following the...
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