Tatton Asset Management boosts AUM 20% over six months

Surpassed £10bn

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Paul Hogarth of Tatton AM
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Paul Hogarth of Tatton AM

Tatton Asset Management has grown its assets under management 20% over six months to surpass £10bn, according to its interim half year results.

As of 30 September 2021, the firm had reached £10.8bn AUM, up from March's figure of £9bn, a figure which has continued to grow and currently sits at c.£11.2bn. The firm has also seen its adjusted operating profit grow 37.9% year-on-year to £6.9m. Tatton acquires Verbatim funds and signs fintech distribution deal Net inflows doubled compared with the same period in 2020, up to £652m, with a strong investment performance boosting AUM by a further 5%. The acquisition of the Verbatim range of funds on 14 September also strengthened AUM, adding a further £650m to the group and pushe...

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