Quilter sees third-quarter net inflows rise tenfold from 2020

Sale of Quilter International to complete by year-end

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Quilter CEO Paul Feeney
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Quilter CEO Paul Feeney

Quilter has seen Q3 net inflows of £1.0bn, a tenfold increase from Q3 2020, according to its most recent trading statement.

The company reported today (3 November) that its assets under management and administration, excluding those of of Quilter International, the sale of which is due to complete by year-end, had reached £108.5bn...

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