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Macro and thematic specialist Jan Luthman will leave Liontrust Asset Management and quit the industry this month, Citywire Selector reported.
Luthman has been working in the investment field for 30 years, including 14 years spent on managing money. However, during this time he managed to write a great number of children’s books under his title Fables.
His previous working experience includes serving as a co-head of UK equity (macro) within the company’s macro thematic team; this is when he was named on two UK-domiciled funds and one Luxembourg-domiciled approach.
Bailey and Luthman joined Liontrust in April 2012 following the company’s acquisition of their former employer Walker Crips Asset Managers.
Liontrust assured that the style investing will not be changed after the Luthman’s leave.
The CEO at Liontrust John Ions in his speech on the alterations said he would like to enclose gratitude to John for his input to the teamwork and wish him all best in his retirement.
The Liontrust GF Macro Equity Income fund returned 3.45% in sterling terms over the 28 months since its launch in April 2014.