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Liontrust AUM up 36%

05 April 2017 07:29

Liontrust Asset Management's assets under management rose by by £1.7bn or 36% to £6.5bn in the year to the end of March.

The group said it had net inflows of £200m in the three months to the end of March (2016: £92m) and net inflows of £482m in the full-year (2016: £255m).

Chief executive John Ions said: "It has been a successful year with a number of notable achievements. The addition of new fund management teams has broadened and strengthened the Liontrust client proposition.

"Gross sales of over £2 billion in the financial year demonstrate our distribution capability through a challenging period.

"The development of the Company over the last few years, both in terms of infrastructure and client proposition, and our clear, focused business enables us to start the new financial year with confidence that we will continue the success achieved so far.

"Our confidence is reinforced by the fund performance across a breadth of teams and our fierce commitment to active management.

"This is demonstrated by the fact that 96% of our actively managed unit trust funds by AuM have outperformed their benchmark since launch, objective change or fund manager inception."

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