Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Liontrust Asset Management LSE:LIO London Ordinary Share GB0007388407 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 640.00p 640.00p 646.00p 650.00p 640.00p 650.00p 9,366 13:03:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 76.9 12.3 17.8 36.0 317.01

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/9/2018
08:47
I make 31 Aug sum of fund factsheets at £9,846.6m as compared to £9,633.3m as at 31 Jul which is +£213.2m or +2.21%. 19/34 funds gained AuM in Aug. Special Situations was +£134m with SF Managed +£28m. Macro Equity Income is still struggling (-6% AuM in month) and European Enhanced Income and European Income had very bad months (about -10% AuM). SF series overall were up from £3,202.6m to £3,287.3m for +£84.7m or +2.6% for the month and +26.6% YoY. The sum of fund factsheets doesn't distinguish between market performance and net new money. There could also be some double counting where the same fund has both a UK and a GF variant (eg Special Situations).
gsbmba99
25/9/2018
12:04
Was anyone at the AGM, and if so, what was the content and tone on remuneration policy please?
rp
22/8/2018
18:37
I make 31 Jul sum of fund factsheets at £9,633.3m as compared to £9,360.8m as at 30 Jun which is +£272.5m or +2.91%. 27/34 funds gained AuM in Jul with 3 funds publishing factsheets for the first time (GF SF European Corporate Bond, GF High Yield Bond and GF Absolute Return Bond). Special Situations was +£109m with SF Managed +£25m. Macro Equity Income is struggling (-9.9% AuM). SF series overall were up from £3,100.5m to £3,202.6m for +£102.1 or +3.3%. The sum of fund factsheets doesn't distinguish between market performance and net new money. There could also be some double counting where the same fund has both a UK and a GF variant (eg Special Situations).
gsbmba99
17/8/2018
08:43
Thanks Lemon good graph in it
petewy
17/8/2018
07:58
Liontrust continues to score well on measure of percentage of its funds in top quartile, per hxxps://www.trustnet.com/news/831363/the-fund-groups-with-the-highest-percentage-of-top-quartile-funds-this-year
lemonjar
01/8/2018
12:21
Thanks for that gsb very informative. I sold out of my Impax position yesterday as felt the multiple had got too high and took a position in Liontrust as it now looks cheaper.
clanger66
01/8/2018
10:56
I make 30 Jun sum of fund factsheets at £9,360.8m as compared to £9,224.4m as at 31 May which is +£136.4m or +1.48%. I've adjusted the 31 May numbers for late publication of the GF Strategic Bond fund factsheet which added $130.8m to 31 May. 15/31 funds gained AuM in Jun. UK MicroCap was +18.9% AuM in May though it's only up to £30.9m AuM now. SF series overall were up from £3,077.8m to £3,100.5m for +£22.7 or +0.7%. The sum of fund factsheets doesn't distinguish between market performance and net new money.
gsbmba99
16/7/2018
10:16
For sake of completeness, I make 31 May sum of fund factsheets at £9,126.1m as compared to £8,824.9m as at 30 Apr which is +£301.2m or +3.41%. 22/29 funds gained AuM in Apr. Macro equity income AuM declined 14% in April and 19% in May. SF series overall were up from £2,916m to £3,077m for +£160.9 or +5.5%. A fund fact sheet was included for SF Pan Europe Equity which is an offshore fund but which I've included for the first time and it slightly flatters the AuM increase and the SF series AuM increase. The sum of fund factsheets doesn't distinguish between market performance and net new money.
gsbmba99
27/6/2018
10:24
N+1 Singer synopsis: "Liontrust has reported FY18e earnings in line with our expectations. The dividend beat our 18.0p forecast, coming in at 21.0p – however with no fixed guidance we have been consistently conservative. AuM has recovered YTD and stands at £11.3bn (25/6) benefiting from positive markets and the launch of Global Fixed Income funds (+c.£210m). We make no changes to earnings forecasts but adjust our DPS forecasts" ( Https://www.n1singer.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/N1-Singer-Research-Highlights-18.pdf )
gsbmba99
27/6/2018
08:43
Agreed. Great results. Dividend up to 21p.
petewy
27/6/2018
07:26
Results out and look very strong. Adj PBT high single digits ahead. Dividend way ahead. £214m of AuM in the recently launched fixed income funds looks very encouraging. Further strengthening of distribution with another new hire to focus on institutional. AuM of £11.347bn, +0.87bn or +8.3% on 31 Mar.
gsbmba99
07/6/2018
16:25
It's been suggested to me that we won't see fund factsheets on the new bond funds until August timeframe. However, Trustnet have Liontrust Strategic Bond as having £89.6m in assets ( Https://www.trustnet.com/factsheets/o/owm5/liontrust-strategic-bond ). Seems like a reasonable outcome in about 7 weeks.
gsbmba99
06/6/2018
18:00
Good good :)
lemonjar
04/6/2018
23:39
Liontrust Asset Management (LON:LIO) had its price target raised by analysts at Numis Securities Ltd from GBX 6.65 ($8.85) to GBX 6.80 ($9.05). They now have an "add" rating on the stock.
petewy
25/5/2018
07:28
I make 30 Apr sum of fund factsheets at £8,796.8m as compared to £8,401.2m as at 31 Mar which is +£395.6m or +4.71%. 24/28 funds gained AuM in Apr. SF Defensive Managed and SF Cautious Managed lost 18.3% and 28.7% of their AuM respectively. SF series overall were up slightly from £2,794m to £2,916m so could be a shift within SF funds. Special Situations was +£206.3m or more than half the gain. UK Microcap +9.2% AuM on the month from a very low base. If only every month could be as strong as April. Should be able to do YoY comparisons beginning with Jun. The sum of fund factsheets doesn't distinguish between market performance and net new money.
gsbmba99
19/5/2018
10:08
Just for the fun of it and given the recent launch of GF Strategic Bond, I tried to see if there's been any impact on the Kames funds they used to run. AuM at Kames Strategic Global Bond declined from $661m at 31 Dec 17 to $636m at 30 Apr 18. AuM at Kames Strategic Bond delined from £298m 31 Dec 17 to £246m at 30 Apr 18. 31 Dec data comes from Trustnet and 30 Apr comes from the fund factsheet on the Kames website. Not sure what, if any conclusions one can draw, but at least the Kames funds are moving in the right direction.
gsbmba99
19/5/2018
10:00
Slightly redundant given we had the corporate update, but I make 31 Mar sum of fund factsheets at £8,401.2m as compared to £8,442.3m as at 28 Feb which is -£41.0m or -0.49%. 8/28 funds gained AuM in Mar which seems a bit surprising. UK Micro Cap and UK Growth were both marginally higher; Special Sits was +£38.7m; Monthly Income Bond was +£8.8m. Sustainable Future series is +18.8% relative to 31 Mar 17. Within that, Monthly Income Bond (+29%) and Global Growth (+28%) were the big AuM gainers over 12m. The sum of fund factsheets doesn't distinguish between market performance and net new money.
gsbmba99
11/4/2018
08:39
Quarterly AuM update out. 31 Mar AuM is £10.475bn, -£81m on 31 Dec consisting of +£255m of net inflows and -£336m of market performance. UK retail net inflows of £109m also seems encouraging in the circumstances. First fund launch from new fixed income team - GF Strategic Bond - this week.
gsbmba99
29/3/2018
09:37
Thanks for these updates, they are appreciated
rp
29/3/2018
08:55
I make 28 Feb sum of fund factsheets at £8,442.3m as compared to £8,287.0m as at 31 Jan which is +£155.3m or +1.87%. 22/28 funds gained AuM in February and 2/28 were unchanged. MSCI UK was -4.75% in Feb and is -5.31% calendar YTD. LIO.L is -£257.1m or -2.96% calendar YTD. Unclear what caused the gain in AuM in an otherwise pretty terrible month. The sum of fund factsheets doesn't distinguish between market performance and net new money.
gsbmba99
23/2/2018
18:46
That looks like very astute profit taking by some investors.
rcturner2
23/2/2018
18:40
You've done your homework and I stand corrected. Perhaps one large client or platform taking money out, although very hard to say. Performance still looks OK, which ultimately will drive flows over the medium to long term.
riverman77
23/2/2018
18:12
I disagree. The AuM performance is way off market movements in Jan. Euro Stoxx 50 +3.09%, MSCI World +5.28%, MSCI UK -1.98%, LIO.L AuM -4.74%, PAM.L AuM +0.61%. LIO European Funds (about 10% retail AuM): European Growth -6.32%, SF European Growth -5.64%, European Enhanced Income -4.30%, European Income -3.89%. A few UK focused: Special Situations -7.13%, UK Growth -6.16%, UK Smaller Companies -3.33%. And the most obvious, LIO FTSE 100 tracker fund -8.92%. There must have been some very sizable outflows in January.
gsbmba99
23/2/2018
16:42
I'm very impressed you go through all the fact sheets, I just check the special situations fund which is around a third of AUM. It was actually quite a poor month for UK equities where Lion is heavily biased. PAM is mainly multi asset and absolute return so would have held up better. I think most of fall would be explained by market movements.
riverman77
23/2/2018
15:52
I make 31 Jan sum of fund factsheets at £8,287.0m as compared to £8,699.4m as at 31 Dec which is -£412.4m or -4.74%. 5/28 funds gained AuM in January and 3/28 were unchanged. The AuM decline seems quite large relative to an only modestly down market. PAM.L, for example, gained AuM in January. The real turbulence didn't hit til February. The sum of fund factsheets doesn't distinguish between market performance and net new money.
gsbmba99
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