Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) is one of the UK's leading investment companies, managing over £113.6 billion of assets (as at December 2017) for a broad range of clients. RLAM works closely with financial advisers to service their needs, as well as those of their customers. RLAM's investment teams have built up a very strong reputation, regularly winning industry awards for their investment performance and quality of service.
RLAM's teams of investment specialists invest across fixed income, equities, property and cash as well as managing a range of sustainable products and multi asset solutions. RLAM's investment experts apply their investment philosophy with the aim of achieving optimal outcomes that deliver cost effective client centric solutions that help them meet their goals.
RLAM manages six Global Multi Asset Portfolios or GMAPs. The funds cover a broad range of asset types and are designed to offer investors diversified exposure to these in line with their investment objectives and appetite for risk.
The investment process used by RLAM's Multi Asset Team, focuses on tactical asset allocation as a key driver of returns. The Investment Clock model forms an integral part of their decision making. The Investment Clock shows how different asset classes and sectors have performed at different stages in the economic cycle, helping to guide asset allocation in a systematic way.
The Investment Clock microsite includes strategy and economic reports, blog, market views, and webinars and videos as well as information about the Royal London Global Multi asset Portfolios (GMAPs).
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Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount originally invested. For funds that use derivatives, their use may be beneficial, however, they also involve specific risks. Derivatives may alter the economic exposure of a fund over time, causing it to deviate from the performance of the broader market. Sub-investment grade bonds have characteristics which may result in a higher probability of default than investment grade bonds and therefore a higher risk.