Sacha Sadan, Director of Corporate Governance at Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) comments on LGIM’s voting intentions at Sports Direct International’s upcoming AGM on 7th September
Legal & General has agreed its first infrastructure transaction in the U.S. as part of a strategy to target real asset deals which provide high quality long-term returns to match pension liabilities.
Adam Russell has been appointed as Residential Transactions Manager.
Small schemes will now have access to a range of LGIM DC pension funds.
This is expected to generate circa £190 million of individual annuities within the first 12 months.
Standard and Poors have held their annual rating committee on Legal & General group core subsidiaries, and affirmed their rating at AA– Outlook Stable.
We executed the transfer deal with ICI PF shortly after the EU Referendum, working together quickly to make good use of market opportunities.
This could help existing Santander mortgage customers repay capital owing on their interest only mortgage, or release equity to help fund their retirement.
This charter aims to improve gender diversity and increase the number of women in senior leadership positions across the financial services sector.
The inflow of highly educated migrants into a country with full employment is likely to have a positive impact on long-term growth prospects.
Our CEO, Nigel Wilson, has written an article for the Sunday Telegraph. Read this article on the Telegraph's website
Our CEO writes in Prospect magazine that our cities are not over-built — they are under-demolished.
Our CEO believes that the baby-boomers created intergenerational unfairness which needs replacing with intergenerational collaboration.
The Chancellor is correct in saying we need to be radical.
How do we get out of this housing crisis?
An increased focus on renewable sources could give us energy independence.
This week, we announced an initial investment of £162m in the regeneration of Thorpe Park, in East Leeds.
We need to be more creative about making more housing available. Read our new last time buyers report.
IndiaFirst focuses on supporting and giving back to society, be it through monetary benefits or just lending a helping hand.
We support people in investing for their futures, turning their hard-earned savings into productive financing for the economy and helping business to thrive.
StepChange’s CEO explains how companies like ours can play a role in ensuring all UK families have a grand to hand.
Bernie Hickman gave the keynote address at the National Housing for Older People Awards.
Our head of corporate responsibility and ethics, Graham Precey, received the honour in Mumbai.
Toby Lloyd from Shelter believes there are at least three ways the private sector can help fight the housing crisis.
Our CEO's speech at the FT Infrastructure Conference, 10 November 2015
We've joined West Sussex Credit Union's portfolio of employer SAYE schemes. Their chair, Jenny King, writes today's blog piece.
Our CEO Nigel Wilson teams up with Google and a panel of financial experts to answer questions about family finance.