LGIM has been managing cash assets for over 40 years and is one of Europe’s leading providers of liquidity solutions.

To support operational cash management for institutional investors, same-day liquidity and daily price stability, we offer Liquidity Funds denominated in Sterling, US Dollars and Euros. For more strategic cash, the Liquidity Plus Fund aims to offer investors capital stability and an increased return target over a longer term horizon. Both funds can be used independently or as a combined cash management solution. These funds are available on a number of major money market portals or available for direct investment with LGIM.

We also offer bespoke separate account capabilities in a variety of currencies.


The table below provides a brief overview of our UCITS compliant fund range:



LGIM Liquidity

LGIM Liquidity Plus


To provide investors with daily capital stability and daily liquidity.

To provide investors with capital stability and an increased return target over a longer term horizon (6-12 months).

Fund structure



Currencies available




Short Term Money Market Fund

Ultra Short Duration Bond Fund




External rating*

S&P AAAmf; Moody’s Aaa-mf; Fitch AAAmmf

Fitch AAAf/S1

Pricing structure

Low Volatility Net Asset Value (LVNAV)

Variable Net Asset Value (VNAV)

*Fund ratings were solicited and financed by LGIM Liquidity Funds Plc.

Investment Process

Our investment team has a three-pillar approach to the liquidity funds investment process, which draws upon LGIM’s broader investment capabilities.




Fund Management Team

LGIM has a team-based approach to Liquidity Management (within the Global Trading and Liquidity Management teams) which forms a strategic part of our asset management capability, incorporating money market funds and secured funding. The team, led by John Wherton, has over 15 years average experience managing and trading liquidity assets.

Key risk

The value of any investment and any income taken from it is not guaranteed and can go down as well as up, and investors may get back less than the amount originally invested.