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Premier Asset Management post profits of £1.1m

Premier Asset Management has recorded pre-tax profits of £1.1m and earnings per share of 1.31p for the year ended September 30.


Its funds under management increased to £296m from £250m in 1997.


It says that it has successfully launched its Premier Protected Assets Fund.

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