Investment news

Royal London has been highly commended in the ‘At-retirement solution’ category at Pension Insight’s DC Awards.

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Nersen Pillay, Investment Director at Royal London Asset Management, looks at the powerful role diversification can play when saving for retirement.

Our RLP UK Ethical pension fund becomes RLP Sustainable Leaders fund, in a move that reflects our sustainable approach to investment.

Building on our five-year track record, we’re making changes to the strategic asset allocation of our GRIPs to improve diversification and make the GRIPs more suitable for more of our drawdown customers.

Our Governed Retirement Investment Portfolios (GRIPs) reach their five-year milestone, and prove their resilience in challenging market conditions.

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Royal London Asset Management's Head of Multi Asset shares his thoughts about the hung parliament.

This special edition of Leading Edge features highlights from the presenters at RLAM's 2017 Investment Conference.

Royal London Target Lifestyles win Corporate Adviser Ultimate Default Fund of the Year 2017.

More people are using income drawdown than ever before so it's not surprising that for many of you retirement planning often accounts for the largest slice of your business income.

Watch a recording of this webinar which took place on 30 March 2017.

Trevor Greetham reveals why clients should be seriously concerned when short-term holdings of cash turn into a long-term investment.

Royal London reaches £1bn milestone of assets under management for the Governed Retirement Income Portfolios.

Do guarantees benefit customers and if so, when? To answer this conundrum we commissioned Millimans, a global actuarial consulting firm, to conduct an independent review of the UK retirement income market and whether guarantees really do offer customers better value for money.

Trevor Greetham, Head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management tells us why 2016 was the best year for multi asset returns since 2009.

Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) shares its views on the market impacts of the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States of America.

There are now more active savers in UK DC pension schemes than in DB pension schemes, according to recent stats from the Pensions Policy Institute. They also estimate that in just 15 years there could be as many as 17 million members enrolled in DC workplace pension schemes*.

The UK base rate is now at a 300 year low and means that many cash funds, including the RLP Deposit Fund, are delivering negative returns to investors. If you have clients sitting in cash it might be a good time to review whether cash is suitable in the current climate.

Like the majority of the market the Governed Range was positioned for a “remain” vote. Instead sterling weakened, bonds yields fell to historic lows, equities went up with overseas outperforming UK, and a number of high profile property funds suspended trading.

We’re making some exciting changes to the strategic asset allocation of our Governed Portfolios including the addition of some new asset classes. The aim of this is to increase diversification and make the portfolios more resilient to shocks.

The outcome of the EU referendum was a major surprise to stock markets and we are likely to see some market volatility until the full implications become clear.

Read our Q&A document on the impact of the EU referendum result taken from a recently recorded RLAM webinar.

Latest comment from Trevor Greetham, Head of Multi Asset, Royal London Asset Management on the impact of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.

Global equity stock markets have had a poor start to the year.

Eric Holt, Head of Credit at Royal London Asset Management, discusses the conundrum facing fixed income investors in 2016.

Last updated: 28 Mar 2016

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