Royal London Asset Management

About us

Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) is one of the UK’s leading fund management companies, managing assets on behalf of a wide range of clients. Our experienced team of investment specialists manages around £111.1bn of assets (as at 30.09.2017), investing across all major asset classes. Our funds are aimed at meeting a broad range of investor needs.

Contact details: communications@rlam.co.uk and 0207 506 6500

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The future of dividends

Senior UK Equity Fund Managers Martin Cholwill, Richard Marwood and Henry Lowson discuss the future of dividends with Investment Week Editor Lawrence Gosling in the latest in a series of interviews focusing on UK Equities. During the video the managers look at the visibility and sustainability of dividends and how high dividend growth compares with […]

RLAM’s UK equity investment process

During this short video with Investment Week’s Editor, Lawrence Gosling, RLAM’s senior UK equity specialists discuss their investment process. Each manager provides insight into their individual style of investing within the asset class and goes on to outline why they collectively refuse to be beguiled by very high yields. Past performance is not a guide […]

Political risk and monetary policy

In the first video of a series of short interviews conducted with Investment Week’s Editor, Lawrence Gosling, Senior UK Equity Fund Managers Martin Cholwill, Richard Marwood and Henry Lowson discuss the effect that unfolding Brexit negotiations are having on their plans for positioning. The managers also address monetary policy, sharing their views following the latest […]

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Is the hype around electric vehicles justified?

In order to muscle conventional vehicles off the road and become the dominant technology, electric vehicles need to be able to hold their own in three important ways: performance, practicality and affordability. Gail Counihan, Responsible Investment Analyst at Royal London Asset Management, takes a closer look at these three areas. Read the article here Past […]

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Royal London profits up as pension sales rocket

Royal London’s pre-tax profits rose 11 per cent last year as life and pensions sales rocketed. The mutual’s annual results, published this morning, reveal operating profits – excluding exceptional items – increased from £220m in 2014 to £244m last year. Life and pensions sales rose 40 per cent, from £4.8bn to £6.8bn. Advised pensions sales […]

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Royal London launches multi-asset range

Royal London Asset Management has launched a new range of six multi-asset funds. The range of multi-asset funds will be managed by RLAM’s six-people team headed by Trevor Greetham, who joined the firm earlier in 2015 in a newly created role. The risk-targeted funds range from cautious, which is a UK-focused fixed income fund including […]

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RLAM hires Axa IM’s Marwood as senior fund manager

Royal London Asset Management has appointed Axa Investment Managers veteran Richard Marwood as senior fund manager. Marwood was co-manager of Axa IM’s Distribution range and reported to head of the range Jim Stride. At RLAM, Marwood will report directly to chief investment officer Piers Hillier. He will work alongside former colleague Martin Cholwill, the firm’s […]

Royal London profits slump despite sales surge

Royal London saw profits plummet during the first half of the year despite recording a surge in sales across its life and pensions business. The firm’s half year results, published this morning, show life and pensions sales rose 34 per cent year-on-year, from £2.26bn to just over £3bn. Sales of individual pension policies increased 56 […]

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Royal London chief warns over Isa-style pension reforms

Flipping the pension tax relief system on its head so people are taxed on contributions, rather than withdrawals, could pose “considerable risk” to saving in the UK, Royal London chief executive Phil Loney warns. The Conservative Government published a green paper alongside the first Budget of this Parliament setting out options for reform of pension […]