As DB pension schemes mature, their liabilities grow in size and complexity, which often causes pressure on funding levels to increase.

A liability driven investment (LDI) solution from Legal & General Investment Management enables you to retain your allocation to growth, while reducing risk. With unrivalled scale and experience in the UK pension market, Legal & General Investment Management offers pooled and segregated investment solutions that are specifically designed to hedge interest rate and inflation risk.

And we also offer solutions that hedge currency risk for clients, and solutions that seek to offer protection from falling equity markets.

LGIM has an unrivalled scale and experience in the UK pension market. We were one of the first managers to offer LDI strategies.

             

Pooled LDI solutions

Bespoke LDI solutions 

Our liability driven investment (LDI) solutions help pension schemes retain their allocation to growth assets to improve funding levels, while reducing funding level volatility caused by changes in interest rates and inflation.

We offer schemes segregated solutions  that are tailored to their bespoke needs and help them meet their liabilities, both now and in the future.

We work with schemes to construct a bespoke LDI solution using our comprehensive de-risking toolkit:

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LGIM bespoke LDI solutions offer you:

  • Liability modelling and solutions design
  • Value-adding implementation
  • Counterparty risk management
  • Management of underlying assets and collateral processes
  • Full central clearing compliance
  • Detailed risk reporting and performance monitoring
  • Access to LGIM’s team expertise and research.

Get in touch

Emma Rayner

Emma Rayner

Senior Solutions Distribution Manager
Laura Brown

Laura Brown

Head of Client Solutions
Sam ORiordan

Sam O’Riordan

Distribution Executive

Trustee education

We explain some of the key principles behind LDI

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Key risks

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