Polar Capital AUM up 12%

Net inflows of £0.7bn

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Gavin Rochussen is CEO of Polar Capital

Gavin Rochussen is CEO of Polar Capital

Polar Capital has reported a 12% boost in its AUM for the six months to the end of September 2021.

The group's assets were £23.4bn, compared to £20.9bn at the end of March, 2021, with net inflows of £0.7bn. Market movement and fund performance contributed £1.8bn to the increase in AUM for the period,...

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