Liontrust sees AUMA rise 15% in half year

£31.1m profit before tax

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Liontrust sees profits rise

At the end of September Liontrust had experienced a 15% rise in assets under management and advice from the start of the year, with AUMA hitting £35.7bn, according to its latest results.

Inflows for the six months were £2.1bn, an increase of 19% from the same period the previous year. Sustainable investment and economic advantage make up the lions share of the AUMA at £13.2bn and £10.1bn...

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