Specialist fund management
Liontrust is an independent specialist fund management company with no corporate parent that launched in 1995 and was listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1999.
Its head office is on the Strand in London and it has offices in Edinburgh and Luxembourg.
It has eight fund management teams: five investing in UK, European, Asian and global equities; a global fixed income team; a sustainable investment team; and one that manages multi-asset portfolios.
'Impressive stock picking'
The case for a pan-continental treasury
Macro risks no obstacle for hopeful investors
Heads of compliance, COO business management and investment governance set to depart
Architas multi-manager deal progressing
Multi-manager and advisory businesses
Major dividends being cut in developed markets
Exchanges to also emerge better
IW's Big Video Call: Liontrust CEO Ions on 'five years of change in five weeks', M&A and home haircuts
Adapting to new working patterns
47% of financial advisers unaware of ESG obligations
Passive products lead the tables
Asia was first into the coronavirus crisis, with China officially reporting cases in mid-January, but it is showing encouraging signs that it may be the first to emerge from it.
Industry impact of Covid-19
'Demand collapsing because it must'
Royal London and Liontrust recognised in group awards
Reviewing the last quarter's financial records
Will cover SF Global Growth, GF SF Global Growth and SF Managed Growth funds
Sentiment towards the UK has improved following December's General Election result, but we believe equity income investors need to tread carefully in 2020.
Liontrust Income falls 19 places into grey list
BlackRock top the tables
13 Liontrust funds awarded five Crowns
Will join in March
Brexit key issue on table