Boots scheme invests in multi-factor equity fund

Boots Pension Scheme has invested in Legal & General Investment Management's (LGIM) newly-launched multi-factor global equity fund. The scheme is the first investor in the fund, which is a pooled vehicle for UK institutional clients and has created as part of LGIM's expanded factor-based offering. This strategy aims to boost returns for investors by diversifying more across regions and reducing stock specific concentration.

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Michael Klimes

Boots Pension Scheme has invested in Legal & General Investment Management's (LGIM) newly-launched multi-factor global equity fund. The scheme is the first investor in the fund, which is a pooled vehicle for UK institutional clients and has created as part of LGIM's expanded factor-based offering. This strategy aims to boost returns for investors by diversifying more across regions and reducing stock specific concentration.

Type: Press article
Date: le 26/07/2017
Source : Incisive Business Media (IP) Limited

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