Robin Geffen to exit Liontrust amid global equity consolidation

Shift in strategic focus sees exit of Neptune founder

Valeria Martinez
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Head of global equities and fund manager Robin Geffen is set to exit Liontrust amid a consolidation of its global equity teams.

In a London Stock Exchange announcement, the firm said the global equity team has become part of the global fundamental team with immediate effect to provide "greater strategic focus over the next few years". The global equity investment team will now report to Tom Record, who is responsible for global equities within the global fundamental team. The exception is the Global Technology fund, which moves to the global innovation team. CEO John Ions said: "We want to thank Robin for his contribution and commitment to managing the funds for investors over the past four years at Liontrust ...

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