An integrated investment approach to liquidity management
Legal and General Investment Management provides a range of liquidity solutions. These are relied upon by a wide range of clients, including multi-national corporates, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and not-for-profit organisations.
To support operational cash management, same-day liquidity and daily stability, we offer Liquidity Funds 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.
All LGIM Liquidity Funds can be accessed via major market portals or 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|
|Objective||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||EU UCITS||EU UCITS|
|Currencies available||GBP; USD; EUR||GBP|
|Type||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.
We have a three-pillar approach to the liquidity funds investment process which draws on LGIM’s broader capabilities.
LGIM has a team-based approach to liquidity management which forms a strategic part of our asset management capability, incorporating liquidity and short duration portfolios as well as securities financing. The team has over 16 years' average experience managing and trading liquidity assets.
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.