A Chicago-based registered investment advisor
Legal & General Investment Management America, Inc. (LGIMA) was founded in 2006 and specializes in fixed income, liability driven investment (LDI) solutions and index capabilities for the US institutional market.* We offer a range of strategies to help our clients manage their investment objectives including investment grade fixed income, which can range from market-based alpha-oriented strategies to those that are designed to be more liability-centric, derivative overlays, and indexed solutions.
Our solutions-focused culture is geared toward customization for our clients. As a firm, LGIMA has professional resources dedicated to insuring that our credit portfolios are structured in a risk-conscious manner, but can still have the ability to produce excess returns over an appropriate, sometimes custom, benchmark. Our index fund management offering extends well beyond the standard market cap weighted indices. We have the capability to manage index funds against various equity indices.
As of December 31, 2019, LGIMA managed over $219 billion in assets. Our clients include pension plans, foundations & endowments, unions, and public funds.
Defined Contribution (DC) plans
Public Defined Benefit (DB) and Multi-Employer plans
Corporate Defined Benefit (DB) plans
institutional asset manager globally**
assets under management**
institutional clients globally*
At LGIMA, we believe in bringing together people with different perspectives, backgrounds and experiences to best position us to fulfill our purpose.
* LGIMA is the affiliate of London-based Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), one of Europe’s largest institutional asset managers and a global investor, with a heritage dating back to 1836.
** Assets include Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), LGIM International (LGIMI), and Legal & General Investment Management America (LGIMA) AUM. Conversion rate: 1 GBP = 1.2698 USD, as of June 30, 2019. Asset manager statistic based on P&I 2017 Survey as of December 31, 2018 (includes notional AuM).