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Rowan Dartington increases AUM by 60 per cent in two years


Rowan Dartington’s funds under management have now crossed the GBP1.5 billion line for the first time. 

The AUM figure, representative of the whole of the Rowan Dartington group, has been achieved after a period of sustained growth throughout 2015, as well as over 25 per cent increase year to date in 2016.
Growth in funds from St James’s Place Partners have been a factor, but the success of Rowan Dartington’s private client proposition, Signature for IFAs, Stafford House Investments, and most recently Rowan Dartington International, have all contributed to the group’s strong progress this year.
“The significant inflow of new business and positive market movements have been important influencers this year, but it really is all of our employees’ hard work and great skills that has helped us get to this point. Our priority is now to build upon this momentum through providing exceptional service to our clients and business partners,” says executive chairman Graham Coxell.
Following the acquisition by St James’s Place earlier in the year, Rowan Dartington has been developing its national presence with hires in Leeds, Ipswich, Liverpool and Manchester, and internationally with the recent launch for Rowan Dartington International in September. 
“This increased activity since the acquisition is reflective of the firm’s ambition to best serve our private clients, the partnership of St James’s Place and intermediaries in the UK and abroad, all key to delivering sustained growth in the future,” says Coxell.

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