Ashmore has seen its assets under management rise 11% from $58bn at the end of June to $65bn by the end of September, driven by investment performance and $4.3bn of net inflows.
In an AUM update, the emerging market specialist firm said the $6.3bn rise included $2.3bn from positive investment performance as well as the net inflows of $4.3bn.
Net inflows were strongest in the overlay/liquidity, blended debt and external debt themes. Flows were flat in equities and there was a small net outflow in the multi-asset strategy as a result of an anticipated run-off of Japanese retail funds, the firm said.
Mark Coombs, chief executive of Ashmore, said: "Investors are increasingly focusing on emerging markets and it is encouraging to see strong inflows this quarter. Emerging markets are continuing to outperform as we would expect at this point in the cycle, with perceived challenges such as rising US interest rates having been anticipated and priced in.
"Ashmore's investment performance continues to be very strong, meaning the group is well positioned as investors address their underweight allocations to emerging markets."
Also reporting a quarterly trading update on Friday, Man Group, which includes the Man GLG fund range, saw its funds under management rise 28% from $96bn to $103bn.
This was helped by net inflows of $2.8bn and positive investment markets, which added $3.3bn.
However, its GLG alternatives fund range saw outflows of $400m, which caused total funds under management in that division to fall from $13.5bn to $13.2bn. The GLG long-only range saw inflows of $1.3bn.
Polar Capital grew its assets under management by £1.3bn since the end of March to reach £10.6bn, the group revealed in an AUM update on Thursday.
The firm said AUM grew to £10.6bn by the end of September, up from £9.3bn at the end of March. This was split between £9.6bn in its long-only funds and £1bn in its alternatives division.
It also reported inflows of £350m during the period particularly into its two UK strategies, including the UK Value Opportunities fund managed by recent hires Georgina Hamilton and George Godber, its Income Opportunities and European funds. It also saw positive flows into its specialist Technology, Healthcare and Insurance funds.
Premier Asset Management
Meanwhile, earlier this week Premier Asset Management reported it ended its financial year reporting its 18th consecutive quarter of positive net inflows.
In a trading update for its fourth quarter ending 30 September 2017, the group reported total net inflows of £205m, bringing the total net inflows for its financial year, ending on the same date, to £747m.
This also led to AUM to reach a record high of £6.1bn.
On Wednesday 10th, Liontrust saw net inflows for the six months to 30 September nearly double compared to the previous year, taking in £303m into its UK retail offerings, although institutional funds suffered outflows.
The firm's institutional range saw outflows of £160m over the six-month period, taking the closing AUM down to £966m.
However, overall inflows reached £178m over the six months to 30 September, nearly double the £92m seen during the same time last year.
Meanwhile, Jupiter has continued to see strong inflows into its fund ranges, taking in a net £1.2bn into its mutual funds over the quarter to 30 September.
The most popular strategies with investors were within fixed income, while the European Growth, UK Value, Absolute Return and Global Emerging Markets strategies also attracted 'meaningful inflows'. However, the fund of funds strategy suffered outflows during the quarter.
Maarten Slendebroek, chief executive, said: "We are pleased to report another quarter of healthy flows following on from a strong first half.
"The business momentum from our pursuit of business diversification allied with positive investment performance after fees has driven a 3% increase in AUM over the quarter and a 19% increase since the beginning of the year."
Hargreaves Lansdown saw an increase in assets under administration of 4% to £82bn in the three months since 30 June 2017.
This included £46.5bn in its funds division and £26.7bn in cash, up from £39.1bn and £22.1bn at the end of 2016.
Year to date total net revenue was £104m, up 15% from £90.5m for the same period in 2016, thanks to net new business and higher market levels.
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