Liontrust shuts EM Opps fund as managers exit

Natalie Kenway
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Liontrust Asset Management has closed its Dublin-domiciled Emerging Markets Opportunities fund and fund managers Eoghan Flanagan and James Mellersh are set to leave the firm.

The fund and its managers were acquired through the Occam acquisition made by Liontrust less than a year ago in a £1.17m deal. Liontrust confirmed Flanagan (pictured) and Mellersh are on gardeni...

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