€97 billion

Assets Under Management*

*Source: LGIM internal data as at 31 Dec 2023. The AUM disclosed is shown on the basis of client direct investments and excludes any double count from fund of fund holdings.

Multi-asset strategies

At LGIM, we are committed to providing attractive multi-asset strategies for our clients. This means targeting specific risk and return objectives and being market leaders in all aspects of product delivery and innovation.

Providing a spectrum of solutions

Our clients can harness the expertise of LGIM’s Asset Allocation team via Strategic core long-term, dynamically managed or low-volatility multi-asset solutions. We offer all of our multi-asset solutions on either a pooled or segregated basis.

Asset Allocation team

LGIM has over 35 years of experience in multi-asset investments. Our dedicated Asset Allocation team combines strategic economic views with insights into a diversified range of global asset classes, strong portfolio management capabilities and sophisticated risk management. The macro research and investment ideas generated by the team are key, not just for our Asset Allocation strategies, but also in managing our shareholders capital, active fixed income and Liability Driven Investment (LDI) mandates on behalf of clients.

  • Economists assess the macro environment and outlook
  • Strategists analyse the impact at an asset level
  • Fund Managers translate asset views into investments
  • Investment Specialists Communications, marketing and product support
  • Additional investment professionals including a centralised dealing team

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Key risks

The value of any investment and any income taken from it is not guaranteed and can go down as well as up, and investors may get back less than the amount originally invested. The risks associated with each fund or investment strategy should be read and understood before making any investment decisions. Further information on the risks of investing is available from LGIM’s Fund Centres.

While LGIM has integrated Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) considerations into its investment decision-making and stewardship practices, this does not guarantee the achievement of responsible investing goals within funds that do not include specific ESG goals within their objectives.