In today's Fundamentals briefing, LGIM economist James Carrick discussed advanced economy growth.
We are launching our branded Lifetime Mortgage product range with market leading interest rate and feature.
Legal & General Mortgage Club is celebrating its 20th anniversary this week at the annual Mortgage Club Awards.
We've extended our partnership with the Intrinsic Financial Adviser Network allowing Intrinsic’s restricted advisers to access our protection products. This deal sees the UK's number one protection provider team up with the UK's largest AR network.
We're sending a letter to the boards of FTSE 350 companies supporting the recent change that removes the requirement for quarterly financial reporting.
In today's Fundamentals briefing, LGIM emerging market economist Erik Lueth examined the drivers of the current slowdown in emerging market growth and assessed whether slower growth is here to stay.
3.3 million UK homeowners aged 55+ looking to downsize in future Total volume and assets of LTBs will be 3.8 million properties worth £1.2 trillion by 2020
A new research report released today by Legal & General, together with the Centre for Economics and Business Research, has quantified the size and shape of the UK’s “Last Time Buyer” market for the first time.
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), one of the largest investors in the UK stock market, has used its 2014 corporate governance report, published today, to encourage chairman of FTSE 250 organisations to appoint more female board members.
Legal & General Property (LGP) announces the final close of its second UK Property Income Fund (UK PIF II/the Fund).
In today's Fundamentals briefing, LGIM equity strategist Lars Kreckel discussed the difficultly in predicting the end of bull markets. With many equity indices at all-time highs, Lars examined how bull markets have historically become a bear market and how equities have behaved in the later stages of a market cycle.
Legal & General has revealed it paid out just over £9.75m in stroke related critical illness cover claims in 2014. This equates to 169 claims, which represented 5.6% of all critical illness protection claims in 2014.
We need to be more creative about making more housing available. Read our new last time buyers report.
What are the four things that employers need to do to help tackle mental health issues?
We must adapt to new rights and responsibilities. So what are the top five things that the financial services industry needs to do to help consumers get a better deal?
Ordinary people have to grapple with serious financial issues every day. These are stories that really matter, but people don’t talk about them. This has to change.
The political attractions of a Mansion Tax on houses worth over £2 million are obvious. It’s anti ‘Fat Cat’, it’s anti-London; and sends a message to those who can’t afford housing: “we’re on your side”.
Legal & General’s ‘Let’s House Britain’, a report created with Shelter and KPMG, highlights how we’ve neglected house building in the UK since 1979, falling from post-war highs of 400,000 a year to barely 125,000 homes a year.
It isn't fair that the young should have to stump the bill for the elderly and their care.
There may have been a point to NI when Lloyd George proposed it in 1908 and William Beveridge placed it at the heart of the Welfare State in his 1942 Report - but there isn’t now.
Our investment management business is one of the UK’s largest investors in the UK stock market. We look after over £736 billion on behalf of our clients.
Chris's blog explains that although he is a "hard-nosed" finance person, he’s proud to wear our umbrella lapel badge pretty much wherever he goes.
Politicians, regulators and the media unfairly blamed the financial crisis solely on the banks. But, of course, it was much more complex than this.
Group Treasury’s role is to ensure that Legal & General has sufficient liquidity to meet all our commitments as they fall due. Put very simply, we make sure that we can pay all our bills, on time, all of the time.
Benjamin Franklin once said that "there are only two certainties in life – death and taxes". Yet in recent times we've seen an ever changing tax landscape.
Our CEO Nigel Wilson teams up with Google and a panel of financial experts to answer questions about family finance.