David Roberts retires after more than three decades in industry

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James Baxter-Derrington
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David Roberts began his career in the industry in 1988
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David Roberts began his career in the industry in 1988

Liontrust global head of fixed income David Roberts is set to retire from the industry after a career spanning 34 years.

The fixed income specialist will retire from fund management in August and will begin stepping back from his role over the coming months. Roberts joined Liontrust in January 2018 to establish the asset manager's global fixed income team alongside Kames Capital colleague Phil Milburn and former Baillie Gifford manager Donald Phillips. Liontrust executive pay changes narrowly passes vote Phillips and Milburn will split Roberts's role between them on his departure, becoming co-heads of the Liontrust global fixed income team. Milburn will be responsible for macro-economic analysis, ...

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