Third-quarter AuM up five per cent for Record

Specialist currency manager Record has unveiled its third-quarter results for the period ending September 30th, revealing a five per cent rise in its assets under management equivalents.

Specialist currency manager Record has unveiled its third-quarter results for the period ending September 30th, revealing a five per cent rise in its assets under management equivalents.

The group's assets under management equivalents totaled $34bn (£20.9bn), up from $32.5bn (£20.1bn) in the previous quarter.

Assets under management equivalents in the Dynamic Hedging rose to $10.3bn from $9.9bn in the previous quarter. Passive hedging rose to $22.1bn from $21bn.

Currency for Returns remained flat at $1.5bn and cash and future also remained flat at $0.1bn.

The company reported that it had two more clients at the end of the quarter with 45 compared to 43 in the previous quarter.

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