Liquidity solutions

Through our Sterling, Sterling Plus and US Dollar Liquidity Funds, LGIM offers investors an actively managed alternative to short-term bank deposits, which meet the Institutional Money Market Funds Association (IMMFA) Code of Practice.

LGIM’s Liquidity Funds aim to deliver security, liquidity and a competitive return. Our approach strives to preserve investors’ capital through holding a diverse range of high-quality, liquid assets.

We offer additional value through:


  • The LGIM Liquidity Funds' primary objective is capital preservation
  • LGIM Sterling Liquidity and LGIM US Dollar Liquidity Funds carry a Standard & Poor’s AAAm rating, a Moody’s Aaa-mf rating, and a Fitch AAAmmf rating


  • Daily stress testing to assess our ability to meet large redemptions
  • LGIM employs a liquidity policy which requires the funds to hold a significant proportion of assets that mature within a week

Competitive yield

  • As one of the largest investors in the market place, LGIM can obtain competitive market pricing through scale – a benefit passed on to our clients


  • Large and established active fixed income capability
  • We have built our business around industry recognised excellence in client service
  • Investors are supported by their LGIM representative and receive regular reporting

Should you wish to discuss our segregated account capabilities, please contact the Liquidity team using the details on the right.

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The value and income derived from investments may go down as well as up.


Any investment involves risks, especially with regard to fluctuations in value and return. No guarantee can be given that the fund will achieve its objective, or reach or outperform the performance of its benchmark, if any. Investments in foreign currencies involve the additional risk that the foreign currency might lose value against the investor’s reference currency. Historical performance indications and financial market scenarios are no guarantee for current or future performance. Performance indications do not consider charges levied at subscription and/or redemption.

The information in this document does not take into account the specific or future investment objectives, financial or tax situation or particular needs of any recipient. Tax treatment of the subscription, holding and redemption of shares in the Fund depends on individual circumstances and may be subject to change. Before making any investment decision, investors are recommended to assess whether this investment is suitable for them in light of their financial knowledge and experience, investment objectives and financial or tax situation and to obtain specific advice from an investment professional.


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