Global - AXA Investment Managers saw revenues rise 40% to €1.18bn in 2006, up from €846m in 2005.
Assets under management were up €53bn to €485bn and net new monies were at a record high of €35bn.
AXA Framlington saw a rise in AuM of 66 %, to €12.9bn. It also hired additional fund managers in order to expand its product offering and to extend its international coverage.
AXA Rosenberg's AuM grew 27% to €92bn.
AXA Real Estate Investment Managers surpassed €35bn in AuM, following the launch of Commercial Real Estate private loans, and the realisation of the first French property derivative swap trade linked to the IPD France Offices Annual Index.
AXA has also improved cost-income ratio and profitability. Its cost-income ratio decreased by 1.6 bps to 68.3% while underlying earnings increases by 32% to €206m
AXA Investment Managers CEO Dominique Carrel-Billiard said of the results: "We will carry on our geographical expansion into continental Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and reinforce our presence in the UK with AXA Framlington.
"In 2007, we will continue promoting our multi-expert model and reinforcing our client approach as part of the AXA Group's Ambition 2012 project. 2007 will also see the integration of Winterthur’s asset management teams."
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