We believe in a society in which everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential. We also want to play a significant role in creating a sustainable future by delivering positive change today to build a better tomorrow.
Our belief is that our role to achieve this, is through how we invest our clients’ money, how our colleagues treat each other, how we engage with our investments and communities, and the impact they have on the planet we all live on.
To do this, every decision matters - setting the standard for who we are, what we do and how we deliver. Our belief is by providing expertise, genuine care, attention, and transparency for all makes the greatest positive impact for the world around us.
Find out more about individual approaches in these areas below:
Canada Life Asset Management are the stewards of the assets that we’re entrusted with by our clients and of the financial, social and environmental systems that underpin the long-term returns our end customers expect.Explore responsible investing
We believe at Canada Life, that climate change is one of the biggest challenges that our society will face in the decades ahead. Our role in reducing the impact of our operations and our products and services on the environment is important to us.Our approach to Climate Change
Charities and community impact
Discover more about Canada Life UK’s values, the charities we support and the work we are supporting in the communityDiscover the charities we support
Diversity, equality and inclusion
Canada Life’s commitment to diversity and inclusion means we provide a safe, encouraging space where all our people can be themselves. We want our people to be happy and confident at work, so they can do the best job possible and reach their full potential.Our commitment to diversity and inclusion
The Future of Advice - State of Flux report
What does the future of financial advice look like?
'The Future of Advice - State of Flux' report, written by AKG and sponsored by Canada Life, explores the insights of advisers and consumers based on in depth survey and interview-based research conducted this year. The new report brings to light how the role of advice is perceived in 2023, and where challenges and opportunities lie in the here and now, as well as in the future.