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Canada Life Asset Management (CLAM) has reduced the annual management charges (AMCs) of its active LF Canlife bond fund range.
Canada Life Asset Management has completed a £43 million bi-lateral loan to refinance three Central London multi-let residential blocks on Great Portland Street.
Canada Life Asset Management has completed a bespoke real estate loan totalling £286 million for a private client
Canada Life Asset Management announces the appointment of Ming Kemp to oversee its Asia-Pacific equity investment strategies.
The 1000 space multi-storey park and ride facility will serve the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust.
Almost three quarters (72%) of financial advisers have left their clients’ asset allocations the same throughout the volatility caused by Covid-19.
Ask Real Estate has secured funding through Canada Life Asset Management for the development of One Strawberry Lane in the St James’ area of Newcastle City Centre.
London, UK - Canada Life Investments is pleased to announce the sale of Farringdon’s Superunion building for £29.6 million.
London, UK – Canada Life Investments is delighted to announce that it has acquired a 999 year head lease in the site at 1 Keel Square, Sunderland from the Cairn Group, a Newcastle based private leisure company.
The last 12 months have seen fixed income assets fall in value at different times, for different reasons. The onset of the covid-19 crisis in March 2020 saw credit spreads widen significantly, negatively impacting the performance of credit-focused bond funds.
Current carbon-offset arrangements are complex, inefficient and, for most companies, voluntary. Companies should start preparing now for a tougher regime.
Short-duration bonds aren’t purely a defensive play. Mike Count, Senior Fund Manager of the LF Canlife Short Duration Corporate Bond Fund, sees selective opportunities for attractive returns among recovery and growth names.
Rising yields could be good news for companies with defined benefit pension scheme deficits and for insurers that buy out unwanted schemes
Rising yields give a rare opportunity to buy quality growth companies at reasonable prices.
Consumers have a record cash hoard burning a hole in their pockets. Investors may be drastically underestimating the strength and speed of the impending economic recovery.
Fixed income investors may be missing a trick by only allocating to hedged global fixed income products.
After a strong 2020, during which the LF Canlife Global Macro Bond Fund delivered a return in excess of 9.5%, the first three months of 2021 have proved much harder going. Bond yields have been rising more quickly than expected, with a 70bps upward movement in 10-year US Treasury yields at the start of 2021.
Inflation could be making a come-back. Who will benefit?