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.
LGIM's Mark Zinkula among those leaving
Schroders tops 2019 list
Follows Penny's departure
Part of firm's wider European expansion plans
Partner Insight: Gavin Launder, Lead Fund Manager of the Legal & General Growth Trust, on the four characteristics of a growth stock and how he identifies a mispriced equity
Follows launch of core ETF range
Industry Voice: More money than ever is pouring into index funds. We're taking a more proactive approach to the risks that come with the crowds.
Partner Insight: Gavin Launder, Lead Fund Manager of the Legal & General Growth Trust, discusses how managers can navigate the spectre of protectionism
Implementing in-house targets
Industry Voice: Through active engagement and by refraining from holding companies that fail to meet the minimum standards of business practice, ETF investors can benefit from something truly different.
Also appoints new head of solutions
LGIM rejoins the top ten
Complacency not an option in drive towards greater diversity
Let us be clear: banks remain a big contrarian trade for European investors, even more so than autos.
LGIM's Solomon: My first job is 'mum' but working in this role allows me to be the best version of myself
Leads diversity initiative at LGIM
Backed by Schroders, LGIM and the IA
Four-part Big Question special
Joined in June
Plans to double ETF range
Left in January
Due to join in early 2019
International arms saw reduction in flows
Sector seen recent underperformance