Polar Capital grows AUM to £23.4bn as EM and healthcare funds attract net inflows

Core profit up 65% in interim results

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Polar Capital CEO Gavin Rochussen
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Polar Capital CEO Gavin Rochussen

Polar Capital has reported core operating profit soared 65%, while assets under management (AUM) grew 12% in the six months to September, as its emerging markets and Asia funds, and healthcare offerings were the largest beneficiaries of net inflows.

The asset manager saw AUM increase by £2.5bn, from £20.9bn to £23.4bn, an increase of 12% over the period and, since then, has climbed to £25bn as at 12 November 2021. Chief executive Gavin Rochussen...

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