Tatton AM assets jump by nearly 20% on MPS demand

MPS expansion in 2024

Eve Maddock-Jones
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Tatton Asset Management has recorded an 19.8% increase in its assets under management and influence (AUM/I), growing from £12.3bn to £14.8bn.

This extended to an annualised increase of 13.2% in AUM/I, according to its unaudited interim results for the six months to the end of September, published today (16 November). Assets under influence are representative of the customer assets which are not directly managed by Tatton, but over which it holds "significant influence due to our shareholding in the company in which they are managed", including 8AM Global. The firm reported net inflows of £910m during the period on the back of demand for its managed portfolio service (MPS) proposition.  Tatton assets jump nearly 8% on the...

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