Polar Capital boosted its core operating profits by 52% to £42.2m in a 2019 financial year which saw total assets under management grow by 15% despite being hit by market volatility in the fourth quarter of the year.
The firm's AUM was £13.8bn as of 31 March, up from £12bn at the same time last year, after peaking at £14.7bn in September 2018 with the firm benefiting from strong performance and investor flows before...
Publishes consultation paper
Exploring the effects of shake-up
More emphasis on corporate governance and responsibility
quality growth equity and long-duration bonds dominate