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As of 9th October, Waystone will be the fund ACD and any reference to Link or LF should be taken as WS or Waystone.
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Canada Life Asset Management has today announced that it has completed a £148 million loan to LXi REIT plc.
Canada Life Asset Management (CLAM) has today announced the launch of its Diversified Risk Managed (DRM) fund range as part of the refresh of the Managed Fund suite of 0-35%, 20-60% and 40-85% funds.
Canada Life Asset Management has made a series of senior promotions across the business to support future growth plans.
Canada Life Asset Management has completed two loans totalling €55.7 million to PATRIZIA AG
Canada Life Asset Management is proud to join 263 investors from nearly 30 countries in a new campaign urging companies to disclose their environmental impact.
The Fund aims to provide stability of capital and an income through investment in sterling-denominated short-term fixed income and variable rate bonds
Canada Life Asset Management has completed a £129m loan to subsidiaries of Picton Property Income, a UK listed real estate investment trust (REIT) on the London Stock Exchange.
Canada Life Asset Management has completed a £24 million financing agreement with a registered charity and provider of Specialist Supported Housing.
Canada Life Asset Management’s ‘The Role of Institutional Money’ research reveals pension trustees and investment managers are facing significant barriers to align their investment strategies with the key pillars of the plan: infrastructure, skills, innovation, levelling up, net zero, and opportunities for growth.
Gain valuable insights into the future of advice with the State of Flux report, a comprehensive study conducted in 2023 by AKG and sponsored by Canada Life.
Following a strategic review by Waystone Management UK Ltd. and Canada Life Asset Management Ltd., we can confirm today that we have begun the process of winding up the WS Canlife Property ACS fund, subject to FCA approval.
Joanna Turner, Head of Property Research at Canada Life Asset Management, reflects on her experience as a senior woman in the predominately male real estate sector and offers advice to newcomers.
Jordan Sriharan, fund manager, multi-asset, examines why economic theory has diverged so sharply from reality – and how long we could expect this to remain the case
KJ Sinha, fund manager, fixed income, talks about his approach
Liquidity funds have been a popular choice for investors in 2023 as they offer significantly more capital stability than longer-dated fixed income funds, generous yields of c. 5% and the ability to put cash back in the market quickly with T+1 settlement.
Steve Matthews, fund manager, LF Canlife Sterling Liquidity Fund; LF Canlife Sterling Short-Term Bond Fund talks about his approach
As markets digest the impact of the peak in inflation, what comes next? Mike Willans and Bimal Patel consider the outlook for the real economy.
It is a commonly held belief that investors must target either income or capital growth, but that both in a single portfolio would be the investment equivalent of ‘having one’s cake and eating it’. But this need not be the case.