Polar Capital has seen pre-tax profits more than double from £20.4m to £41.3m as performance fees reached their highest ever level, while the company is also seeking an office in Paris post-Brexit.
In its full-year results for the year to 31 March 2018, Polar said the increase in profitability was due to a combination of market uplift, fund performance, performance fees, net inflows and investment...
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