Flows into sustainable funds drive Liontrust AUM to £35.7bn

AUM up 15% in six months to 30 September

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Liontrust CEO John Ions

Liontrust CEO John Ions

Liontrust Asset Management saw assets under management and advice climb 15% to £35.7bn over the six months to end of September, as “strong flows” into its Sustainable Future funds helped net inflows top £2bn.

Chief executive John Ions said the firm generated net inflows of £1.1bn in the most recent quarter to take the total to £2.1bn since the start of the financial year on 1 April 2021. "Clients demanding a more sustainable outcome from their investments continue to drive strong flows into our Sustainable Future funds," Ions said. "The quality and integrity of the sustainable investment team, built over a 20-year track record of successful investing, has enabled them to clearly differentiate themselves at a time of many new fund launches." Liontrust merges US Income and Global Dividend...

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