Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has announced the appointment of Chris De Marco as head of institutional client management and strategy. De Marco will be in charge of LGIM’s UK client teams and report to Sarah Aitken, head of Institutional Business EMEA. Sarah Aitken said: “I am delighted that Chris has accepted the role […]
UK financial services group Legal & General has announced it will cease to be a member of the Association of British Insurers by the end of 2014. The ABI is the chief representative body for insurers active in the UK market, and acts to put forward views of the industry to regulators and policy makers. […]
UK based Legal & General Investments (LGI) is set to emphasise its role as an index investor over the past quarter of a century, through a campaign taking place in the second half of 2014.
Paul So has been appointed head of Index Funds, Asia Pacific at Legal & General Investment Management, which is the biggest UK manager of institutional assets and one of the biggest institutional index managers globally.
Legal & General Investment Management has said that while China’s growth will continue, the country faces increasing challenges as it transitions to a slower growth environment.
Global trade data suggest there has been as slowing in globalisation over the past half decade, which is likely to result in higher inflation globally as the economic benefits of specialisation are eroded, says Legal & General Investment Management economist James Carrick.
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) delivered strong results in 2012, with net inflows of £7.1bn (2011: £3.0bn) helping drive revenues to £446m (2011: £417m) and operating profit to £243m (2011: £234m).
Legal & General Group has appointed chief executive of Legal & General Investment Management Mark Zinkula to the board as group executive director of the company.
Lindsay Tomlinson, an investment industry veteran, has joined the board of Legal & General Investment Management as a Non-Executive Director in London.
With global equities up since a June low point, Legal & General Investment Management global equity strategist Lars Kreckel declares it is time to take profits.
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), one of the biggest investors in the UK’s FTSE 100 companies, has warned that metals and mining companies could bear the brunt of any rebalancing of the Chinese economy away from manufactured exports.
LGIM’s European fund manager Gavin Launder has been promoted to head of European equities at the group.