Aviva Investors

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Aviva Investors is part of one of the largest and most secure financial institutions in the United Kingdom. As the investment arm of Aviva plc, a leading UK insurer with businesses across Europe, Asia and Canada, we can trace our origins back more than 300 years. With a market capitalisation of over £17 billion, Aviva plc is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index listed on both the London and New York stock exchanges1. The company has an economic capital surplus of £10.1billion2 and its debt is rated A “stable outlook” by Standard and Poor’s3.

Today, we employ over 1,200 people in 15 countries and, thanks to our insurance heritage, prudent risk management is embedded in our DNA. We are dedicated to creating focused investment solutions for our clients. Together our investors have entrusted us to manage £290 billion4 across a broad range of asset classes.

At Aviva Investors, we start by really listening to our clients, to understand their investment aspirations and concerns. Knowing what’s important to them enables us to provide strategies and funds that focus on meeting their real needs and build relationships for the long term.

We are a global business with offices spanning 15 countries. We take a collaborative approach, acting as a single team to bring together the breadth and depth of our resources around the world with our local expertise for the benefit of our clients. We value creativity and empower our investment teams to find and execute great ideas. In-depth research and robust risk management underpin every investment decision we make.

Our global and regional investment strategies include real estate, secure income and real assets, equity, fixed income, bespoke investment and risk-management solutions, liability-driven investment solutions, multi-asset and multi-strategy solutions.

At Aviva Investors, our entire organisation is united behind one common goal – to deliver the specific outcomes that matter most to today’s investor.

1 Source: Market capitalisation as at 16 February 2016
2 Source: Aviva plc as at third quarter 2015
3 Source: Standard and Poor’s as at 19 October 2015
4 Source: Aviva Investors as 31 December 2015

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