Premier AUM reaches record high in Q4 despite 'political uncertainty'

AUM totals £6.9bn

Tom Eckett
Mike O'Shea, CEO of Premier

Mike O'Shea, CEO of Premier

Premier Asset Management has reported its 22nd successive quarter of positive net flows, which has boosted its total assets under management (AUM) to £6.9bn.

For the quarter ending 30 September, the end of the firm's financial year, Premier saw total net inflows of £120m, down from the £202m inflows seen in the three months to June. Net inflows for the rolling 12 months to the end of the financial year totalled £734m. The group's total AUM increased year-on-year by 13% to reach a record high of £6.9bn despite "ongoing economic and political uncertainty". Mike O'Shea, chief executive of Premier, commented: "Our focus continues to be on providing relevant investment products to our clients, including our market-leading multi-asset fund range...

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