Liontrust has chalked up its eighth successive quarter of net inflows for the three months to 30 June 2012 as it builds on its acquisition of Walker Crips.
Reporting its interim results, the asset manager revealed net inflows of £93m for the period, with an additional £39m of inflows between 1 July and 17 July.
With the acquisition of Walker Crips having swelled assets from £1.5bn to £2.1bn following completion on 12 April, AUM has since risen to £2.2bn as of 17 July.
Chief executive John Ions (pictured) said the group is well placed to continue to build on recent strength, having enhanced its distribution capabilities as well as the fund management range.
"We have maintained the momentum the past two years, having now recorded eight successive quarters of net inflows to 30 June 2012," Ions said.
"This has been achieved in spite of the ongoing market volatility and economic uncertainty in the UK and internationally."
Last month Liontrust reported full-year results for the year to March 2012, revealing a loss of £200,000 compared with a £4.6m loss in 2011. Adjusted pre-tax profit stood at £1m versus a loss of £1.7m in the year to 31 March 2011.
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