Full spectrum strategies
LGIM is the investment management arm of Legal & General Group. It is one of Europe's largest asset managers and a major global investor, with assets under management of £983.3bn (as of 31 December 2017).
The company offers strategies across the full spectrum of asset classes, including equities, bonds, property, alternatives and cash, as well as multi-asset strategies tailored to the needs of institutional and retail investors.
LGIM is a leading provider of index fund management. The company has expanded into new markets across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the US.
Third fund added to suite of fixed income ETFs this quarter
Offers access to hydrogen economy value chain
Renamed product to track MSCI World SRI index
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Targeting companies aligned with UN sustainable goals
'Significant risks' remain
Metrics may spook or satisfy investors
Comprises nearly 300,000 customers
Royal London Sustainable World Trust fund most popular responsible fund
Climate ratings of over 1,000 firms to be made available
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Tech could help industries in the long run
Manager praises bond ETFs following spring volatility
Investment firms call for greater progress
Removes 185-day notice period
Fund manager discusses his own contribution to the #IAM campaign
Reopens 30 September
Reopens 13 October
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