Regal Partners, a specialist alternatives investment manager, reported net inflows of $300 million for the June quarter, bringing total funds under management to $12.2 billion.

Regal estimates recognising approximately $55-56 million in performance fee revenue for the six months to June, primarily driven by various Regal Funds Management strategies and the PM Capital global strategy.

The fees are recognised on a crystallised basis, excluding funds or mandates without a performance fee crystallisation period within the timeframe.

The company will publish its full first-half results on Aug. 26.