Liontrust interims show AUM of £17.4bn after Neptune acquisition

Jonathan Boyd
Liontrust interims show AUM of £17.4bn after Neptune acquisition

The purchase of Neptune Investment Management, which completed on 1 October 2019, added £2.7bn of AUM to UK manager Liontrust's overall AUM, which has hit £17.4bn (€19.3bn) as of that date. The confirmation came alongside figures showing trading at Liontrust in the six months to the end of September 2019, with AUM ex-Neptune reported as £14.6bn after net inflows of £1.367bn over the period. Net inflows have hit £3.1bn in the 18 months to 30 September. John Ions, chief executive (pict...

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