Treasury Group

Today’s interim result from Treasury Group goes some way to justifying its portfolio approach to the fund management business, but raises other concerns. Although the implosion we feared at Orion Asset Management appears to be gathering pace, with funds under management (FUM) dropping from almost $5bn to around $3.5bn, this was more than offset by FUM rises of about $1bn at each of RARE Infrastructure and Investors Mutual, to about $5.6bn and $3.4bn respectively. Total FUM rose 8% in the period to $17.0 billion and underlying profit after tax increased 7%. The interim dividend was raised 21% to 17...

Today’s interim result from Treasury Group goes some way to justifying its portfolio approach to the fund management business, but raises other concerns.

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