Gresham House revises 2025 AUM goal upwards following 65% jump in 2021

£1.7m performance fees

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Gresham House chief executive Tony Dalwood
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Gresham House chief executive Tony Dalwood

Assets under management at Gresham House jumped by £2.5bn year-on-year in 2021, according to its pre-close trading update, leading to the manager revising its 2025 AUM target upwards by a third.

AUM for the year to 31 December 2021 increased by 65% to £6.5bn and as a result the firm is now targeting £8bn by 2025. Gresham House Strategic saga comes to an end as shareholders vote for wind-down...

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