Aviva multi-asset fund manager
Aviva Investors is the fund management arm of insurance giant Aviva. It has expertise in real estate, fixed income, equity and multi-asset.
It has £352bn in AUM (as of 30 September 2017) and employs more than 1,400 people worldwide across 15 cities worldwide, including London, Frankfurt and Singapore.
Aviva Investors is part of The Diversity Project, an initiative to boost gender and ethnic diversity within the investment industry. It is also part of Investment 20/20 - in 2017 it took part in a pilot programme to take on three trainees from the scheme.
Still a good case for long-duration assets
Will report to CIO, multi-asset & macro Peter Fitzgerald
Creating better incentives for technology, pharma and infrastructure
Investing in European equities
Retiring at 60 is a relatively new concept, and possibly a short-lived one in our history. As populations age – and age better – people are looking at a host of ways to stay in work and sustain their retirement income. We present five charts that sum...
A quality bias has been the right way to invest in emerging market equities for many decades.
Global and emerging markets launches
Never catch a falling knife. Helpful health and safety advice but, in an equity market context, does the idea of not buying shares in companies that have seen a material price decline really help one make money over the long term?
Aviva Investors’ Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist Michael Grady gives a summary of their outlook for global economies and markets.
Political uncertainty causing concerns
To be managed by De Bruin and team
Strengthening position in UK wholesale market
Robert Plaza joins as portfolio manager from Key Private Bank
The emerging market debt universe offers investors an expanding pool of opportunities that may be better assessed when integrating environmental, social and governance factors.
Tulloch making his mark
Almost a decade on from the sovereign debt crisis, we explore whether the euro zone's peripheral economies have materially improved or old vulnerabilities will again become apparent as growth slows.
In for the high jump: Absolute return flows 'turning corner' despite investors shunning sector giants
Underperformance still present – for now
Industry Voice: The EM framing fallacy: Emerging market debt and the trials of a misunderstood asset class
How we frame things deeply affects how we process information and subsequently act on it. So much so that, despite convincing evidence to the contrary, it can be extremely hard to shake off a fabled preconception. It seems that once a label sticks it...
Shareholders demand action
Approaching three-year track record
Intrepid team to scale Atlas Mountains for charity
Industry Voice: With valuations at multi-year lows and the UK out of favour with global investors, what's the right approach for a UK equity income manager? Chris Murphy, manager of the Aviva Investors UK Equity Income Fund, says there are some rich pickings...
Boring Money consumer survey