LONDON Feb 27 Britain's Jupiter Fund Management
said pre-tax profits were up by more than a half in
2013, boosted by strong inflows into its core mutual funds
In a full-year earnings statement on Thursday, the FTSE 250
company posted profit before tax of 114.1 million pounds
($189.83 million) for the year, up from 73.6 million in 2012.
The fund manager said assets under management were at a
record high of 31.7 billion pounds, with clients adding 1.2
billion pounds more than they took out over the year.
Jupiter said it would pay out a dividend of 12.6 pence per
share, up 43 percent on last year.