Tatton Asset Management sets sights on £1.7bn growth next year

First year of the 'Roadmap to Growth’ agenda

Eve Maddock-Jones
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Investment management group Tatton Asset Management reported 25.7% growth in the previous financial year, according to its final results. This translates into £29.4m revenue growth for the firm, in line with its expectations.

Its IFA service, Paradigm, also made "good progress," the report added, after the Consulting and Mortgage operations under the Paradigm umbrella. Membership increased in both factions, up 3.8% and 3.4%, respectively. Overall, the firm's chief executive officer, Paul Hogarth, said that they continued to go from "strength to strength" despite the "geo-political and financial market volatility of the past year". ECB schedules emergency meeting Looking ahead to the next financial year, Hogarth said they would continue to "consolidate and build on these gains". He added that, given the ...

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