Quilter's net inflows increase to £4bn as CEO warns of Ukraine conflict impact

Kathleen Gallagher
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Quilter plc announced net inflows of £4bn for 2021, up from £1.5bn in the previous year, which it said was predominantly driven by its new investment platform. However, Paul Feeney, CEO of Quilter, warned of "difficult times" with "significant geopolitical tensions" at the heart of their concerns.  The platform saw record net inflows of £3.5bn. However, this was offset by £0.6bn reduction in Quilter Investors assets in relation to "legacy and closed books of business" the company said. Net inflows to Quilter Investors, the firm's multi-asset business, was £0.5bn for the year, up 67%, ...

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