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DFM Tatton tops £4bn in assets

Business-Growth-Drawing-Chart-Performance-700x450.jpgParadigm Partners was listed on the stock exchange this year as part of Tatton AM’s float

IFA support business Paradigm Partners added four new members in the six months to 30 September 2017, according to a statement from Tatton Asset Management.

Tatton released a pre-close trading update this morning, which says membership at Paradigm increased from 352 firms at March to 356 firms at the end of September.

Tatton listed on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM Market in July.

Funds under management on Tatton’s on-platform discretionary fund management business increased to £4.44bn from £3.85bn at 31 March. Tatton says that business sees inflows of more than £80m each month.

Tatton chief executive Paul Hogarth says: “Our successful IPO in July 2017 has been very well-received by client firms supported by the group and I am also pleased to report the continued strong growth in our funds under management.”

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