Liontrust Asset Management has seen its assets under management soar by £949m in the second quarter of 2018, climbing 9% from £10.5bn at the end of March to £11.4bn on 30 June.
Net inflows over the period multiplied year-on-year from £22m in Q2 2017 to £320m in the second quarter of 2018.
John Ions, chief executive at Liontrust, said the firm's "key differentiator" was the "quality of [its] fund management teams", which meant the company was "well positioned to continue to grow".
He said: "Liontrust has enjoyed a strong start to the new financial year with net inflows of £320m over the quarter.
"We have also begun the year with seven shortlisted funds for the Investment Week Fund Manager of the Year Awards on 5 July and a nomination for Global Group of the Year. These nominations, combined with the Monthly Income Bond fund winning the £ Corporate Bond Fund Award and Special Situations fund being named best UK Growth Fund, shows the strength of our fund management capability."
He added: "Further demonstration of our sales and marketing strength has come from the successful launches of the Global Fixed Income funds managed by David Roberts, Phil Milburn and Donald Phillips."
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