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Bid for Liontrust fails

Talks over the sale of Liontrust Asset Management have fallen through. The “tentative, management-initiated” approach for the company made on November 5 was terminated after it became clear that an agreement would not be struck within a reasonable timescale. A statement to the Stock Exchange says senior management are committed to the business and customers and profit expectations are unchanged.

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