Former Architas duo depart Liontrust amid multi-asset team shake-up

Sheldon MacDonald and Nathan Sweeney exit

Pedro Gonçalves
Sheldon MacDonald and Nathan Sweeney

Sheldon MacDonald and Nathan Sweeney

Liontrust deputy head of multi-asset Sheldon MacDonald and senior investment manager Nathan Sweeney are leaving the firm five months after joining from acquired business Architas.

Liontrust said they are both on gardening leave and will be leaving the firm.  "Liontrust can confirm that Sheldon MacDonald and Nathan Sweeney will be leaving Liontrust. Sheldon MacDonald and Nathan Sweeney are currently on gardening leave and are no longer managing any of the multi-asset funds. "The Liontrust Multi-Asset team is headed by John Husselbee and also comprises James Klempster (deputy head), Paul Kim, Mayank Markanday, Jen Causton and Shayan Ratnasingam, along with a four-strong multi-asset investment support team," the firm said in a statement. Liontrust completes Arc...

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