Quarterly trading update
Annualised growth rate of 7.7%
Round-up of wealth manager trading updates
Hopes for higher levels of trading activity
New CEO David Barron's first
Plans to tackle Brexit challenges
AUM tops £951bn
Research costs to be taken by business
AUM jumps 27%
Becoming a 'digital disruptor'
Units trusts' by 29% AUM up
Outflows following departure of Godber and Hamilton
Partly impacted by the Brexit vote
Interim dividend of 44p per share
Driven by retail inflows
Net mutual fund inflows of £443m
AUM up £44bn in 2015
Negative investment performance wiped out $4bn
Savings levels could fall significantly says CEO
The first six months of 2015 have been a tale of two halves for asset managers, as some noted record inflows while others saw investors heading for the exit in droves.
Brewin Dolphin saw its funds under management fall in the last quarter after a difficult period for risk assets.