Jupiter shakes off £4bn outflows as Merian deal drives AuM to record high

Mike Sheen
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Jupiter Fund Management saw its second consecutive year of net outflows in 2020, but the acquisition of Merian Global Investors in July helped push total AUM to a record high of £58.7bn. The firm's full-year results, published today (26 February), shows that £16.6bn of Merian assets offset net outflows of £4bn for year as "market volatility weighed heavily on investor sentiment", following net outflows of £4.5bn in the previous year. Jupiter's profit before tax increased by 10% to £179m in the 12 months to 31 December, as statutory profits before tax decreased by 12% to £132.6m as a r...

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