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Sense and Lyncombe networks see 66% income rise

Income from Adviser Companies Holdings Restricted (ASHL)’s Sense and Lyncombe advisers networks rose 66% to £71m in 2021.

Working income after tax for the platforms rose 224% to £2.4m.

Income for the Sense community elevated to £47.65m (2020: £37.95m) with income rising to £1.62m (2020: £894,000).

The Lyncombe community noticed income rise to £22.99m (2020: £4.47m), with income rising to £811,000 (2020: £180,000).

ASHL’s discretionary administration enterprise Rockhold Asset Administration noticed property below administration rise to £500m, with inflows anticipated to exceed £1bn in 2023.

The agency’s discretionary administration enterprise arm was launched in August 2021, with the acquisition of iFunds Asset Administration.

Michael Couzens CEO of ASHL mentioned: “We’re delighted to announce such sturdy outcomes. That is the results of a longer-term plan together with the mixing of the again places of work of the networks, a considerable improve in funding in prime quality employees and elevating the bar on high quality, together with being keen to lose companies that might not or wouldn’t meet our requirements.  Our strategy has been focussed on higher not simply greater.

“Our group prices included transitioning advisers, supporting the consolidation of processes throughout the piece, and establishing a DFM, Rockhold Asset Administration and a very good Restricted proposition to sit down alongside our IFA proposition.”

Adviser help service supplier ASHL not too long ago partnered with Subsequent Gen to launch an adviser academy for future advisers inside its adviser networks.

ASHL acquired the Sense and Lyncombe networks in 2020 with 280 advisers mixed. On the finish of 2020 ASHL additionally facilitated the transition of 60 advisers from Community Direct.

Right now ASHL gives help for 400 advisers with over £7bn in property below affect.

The adviser help service supplier was began in Could 2019 by CEO Michael Couzens and managing director Andy Ferns.

Mr Ferns beforehand led distribution networks at Zurich Openwork.  He was a founding director of Caerus earlier than promoting the community in 2017. 



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