Tatton AUM hits £10.8bn buoyed by organic growth and Verbatim acquisition

Net inflows of £652m

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Tatton AM CEO Paul Hogarth
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Tatton AM CEO Paul Hogarth

Tatton Asset Management has reported a 20% increase in assets under management (AUM) and strong net inflows in the six months ended 30 September 2021, driven by both organic growth and acquisitions, including the recent deal to buy Verbatim.

In a trading update, the investment management and IFA support services business said that total AUM grew by 20% or £1.8bn, to reach £10.8bn at the end of the period, up from £8.9bn on 1 April this year....

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