Royal London Asset Management Joins the BBP


For immediate release

Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) was established in 1988 as a subsidiary of the Royal London Group.  RLAM invests across a broad range of core asset classes including fixed income, equities, multi asset, cash and property. It also offers funds that adopt an ethical or sustainable approach.  As well as managing Group assets, it provides active investment management services to clients including pension schemes, local authorities and wealth managers.

At Q3 2019 the property AUM of RLAM was c. £8.2 billion, across 260 assets. It is proposed to significantly increase this weighting over the coming years. The fund's geographic focus is entirely UK, focused mainly on London and the Southeast.

RLAM have a robust ESG strategy which has resulted in waste, water and energy reductions. Being-long term property holders they also actively develop and refurbish properties throughout their life cycle.

Tim Coffin, Responsible Property Investment Manager of RLAM said, “I consider there is no better Group recognised than the BBP at being at the forefront of thought leadership, creating practical deliverables, lobbying and raising the profile of ESG across the commercial property sector.”

Sarah Ratcliffe, CEO of the Better Buildings Partnership said, "We are delighted to welcome Royal London Asset Management as new members of the Better Buildings Partnership. With c £8.2billion of assets under management in the UK across 260 assets, Royal London will join the growing number of BBP members collaborating to address climate change and improve the sustainability performance of their portfolios."