Liontrust sees inflows rise by 5% but AUM growth slows

Net inflows reached £832m in Q4

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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John Ions, chief executive of Liontrust
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John Ions, chief executive of Liontrust

Liontrust Asset Management reported that its net inflows for the last quarter were £832m, up 5% from the same time period 2020.

Meanwhile, strong investment performance over the quarter led to a further £748m uptick in assets, meaning AUMA increased by 4% from £35.7bn to £37.2bn over the quarter. Over the last three quarters...

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