Hargreave Hale has exceeded the GBP6 billion mark in funds under management (FuM) despite volatile market conditions in the post-Brexit era.
In October 2015, the investment manager saw FuM surpass GBP5 billion for the first time. Since then, the firm has continued to attract strong inflows through its private client and fund management arms.
The news follows several other key events, including recent relocation of its Blackpool headquarters to new premises to support the firm’s overall expansion.
Earlier this month, the Norwich office celebrated its first anniversary, attracting in excess of 250 clients and GBP85 million assets under management (AuM).
Stuart Brookes, joint managing director at Hargreave Hale, says: “Surpassing GBP6 billion in funds under management is a significant achievement, particularly at a time when investors remain uncertain about the country’s economic and political prospects. Having reached this milestone, it is important that we continue to focus on the things that have been core to our success – maintaining strong client relationships, delivering quality solutions and providing a first class service.”