London-based wealth manager Quilter says assets under management and administration (AuMA) edged higher in its latest quarter, helped by a modest pickup in equity markets and slightly lower bond yields.

At the end of the three months to December 31, the formerly unit of the Old Mutual group, oversaw £99.6bn (about R2.1-trillion) in customer investments, a 3% rise quarter on quarter...

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