Legal & General Investment Management and BlackRock have topped the list of the most appointed asset managers in the Top 100 Pensions Schemes 2016. Read the 411-strong list here...
Professional Pensions has teamed up with Pension Funds Online to produce a definitive listing of the largest 100 pension schemes in the UK.
In total, data on investment managers was provided for 74 of the top 100 schemes.
Of these, the external asset managers with the most top 100 appointments were: Legal & General Investment Management, which held 44 appointments; BlackRock, which held 35 appointments; M&G Investments, which held 26 appointments; Standard Life Investments, which had 23 appointments; Wellington Management International, which held 21 appointments; Goldman Sachs Asset Management International, Partners Group and Insight Investment Management, which each held 18 appointments; CBRE Global Investors, which held 16 appointments; and BlueBay Asset Management, Schroder Investment Management and Lazard Asset Management, which each held 15 appointments.
A total of 25 top 100 schemes reported they had conducted some investment management in-house.
The most appointed asset management firms were as follows:
The data in these tables comes from Pension Funds Online as at 31st October 2016. Should you have any queries about any of the information contained in these pages, please contact Neil Blain at [email protected] To read Pension Funds Online in full, visit: http://www.pensionfundsonline.co.uk.
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