The global asset manager of
Legal & General
We are LGIM, the global asset management business of Legal & General Group. Our purpose is to create a better future through responsible investing. We strive to achieve this through a strong sense of partnership with our clients, working together to achieve positive long-term outcomes.
We draw on industry-leading expertise to innovate constantly across public and private assets, index and active strategies. And we are a responsible investor, rising to the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
Investment management capabilities to suit our clients’ needs.
Legal & General Investments (which later became LGIM) is established and starts to manage assets for pension funds, institutional and private clients
LGIM cements its position as largest UK asset manager, with over $1 trillion AUM (£746 billion)*
LGIM is rated top for responsible investment compared to world’s 15 largest asset managers by ShareAction
*Source: LGIM as at 31 December 2015. The AUM disclosed aggregates assets managed by LGIM in the UK and LGIMA in the US and includes the value of securities and derivatives positions.
In partnership with, and on behalf of, our clients we target a broad range of ESG objectives. These include:
- Reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 or sooner across all assets under management
- Setting an interim target of 70% of eligible AUM8 to be managed in alignment with this net-zero ambition by 2030
- Achieving net-zero carbon across our real estate portfolio by 2050 
 For this first interim target, unveiled as part of the Net Zero Asset Manager initiative, LGIM has excluded Government securities and Derivative assets due to lack of clear industry methodologies to account for these asset classes to date.
The value of an investment and any income taken from it is not guaranteed and can go down as well as up, you may not get back the amount you originally invested. Awards should not be considered a recommendation. Past performance is not a guide to the future.
Avviso di Truffa
LGIM ha appreso che soggetti terzi, ad essa non collegati, dichiarano di rappresentare “Legal & General Investment Management Limited” e/o “Legal & General” per la fornitura di servizi di consulenza legale. Tali comunicazioni possono pervenire tramite e-mail (da un account gmail privato) e possono presentare altresì il nostro marchio. La comunicazione potrebbe invitare il destinatario a creare un account, a condividere dati finanziari o personali e/o a trasferire fondi.
Si prega di notare che né LGIM né le società appartenenti al gruppo facente capo a Legal & General Group Plc forniscono o promuovono servizi di consulenza legale ai propri clienti in merito a qualsivoglia questione, incluse, a scanso di equivoci, questioni attinenti ad attività di investimento in Italia e a procedure di recupero crediti. Nel caso in cui sia stato contattato da soggetti che dichiarano di rappresentare LGIM, o una società appartenente al gruppo facente capo a Legal & General Group Plc per la fornitura di una consulenza legale, la preghiamo di mettersi immediatamente in contatto con LGIM. La invitiamo, inoltre, a rivolgersi immediatamente alle competenti autorità se ritiene di essere stato vittima di tale truffa.
LGIM has been made aware of unaffiliated parties claiming to represent “Legal & General Investment Management Limited” and/or “Legal & General” in the provision of legal advice. Such communications may be via email (from a private gmail email account) and may include our logo. The communication may solicit the recipient to create an account, share financial or personal data and/or solicit the recipient to transfer funds.
Please be aware that neither LGIM nor any subsidiary companies of Legal & General Group Plc provide or solicit legal advice to or from its clients in respect of any matters, including for the avoidance of doubt Italian investment business and credit recovery proceedings. If you have been approached by any individuals claiming to represent LGIM, or any subsidiary companies of Legal & General Group Plc, in respect of the provision of legal advice, please contact LGIM immediately. Please also contact the relevant local authorities immediately if you believe you may have been the victim of such a scam.