Liontrust AUM climbs to £33.5bn in spite of Q1 outflows

Loss of £329m investment mandate

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John Ions, CEO of Liontrust, which completed its acquisition of Majedie on 1 April this year
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John Ions, CEO of Liontrust, which completed its acquisition of Majedie on 1 April this year

Liontrust Asset Management reported an 8.5% increase in assets under management and advice (AUMA) over the financial year to £33.5bn at the end of March, despite outflows of £400m in the first quarter of this year following the loss of an investment mandate.

Over the financial year ended 31 March 2022, the asset manager recorded net inflows of £2.5bn. Liontrust CEO John Ions(pictured) said that in spite of the net outflows in the first quarter, the company...

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