Aviva Investors

Aviva Investors is the global asset management business of Aviva plc. The business delivers investment management solutions, services and client-driven performance to clients worldwide. Aviva Investors operates in 13 countries in Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and the United Kingdom with assets under management of almost £249 billion at 30 June 2010.

Articles

June 8

Opinion COVID 19: The trade-off between staying safe and getting back to work

An economy in lockdown has significant effects for investors in real assets. In this data illustration, our real assets research team consider the benefit of businesses returning to their usual locations against the risks of doing (...)

May 4

Strategy The impact of COVID-19 on global high yield

As an increasing number of companies battle the economic consequences of COVID-19, their ability to service bond payments is coming under intense scrutiny. In this Q&A, Sunita Kara considers whether current high-yield valuations adequately compensate investors for (...)

October 2019

People Moves Aviva Investors appoints Emma Halley as Head of Investment Process, Multi-Asset and Macro

Aviva Investors, the global asset management unit of Aviva PLC, announces the appointment of Emma Halley as Head of Investment Process for Multi-asset and Macro. Based in London, she reports to Peter Fitzgerald, Chief Investment Officer, Multi-asset and (...)

October 2018

People Moves Aviva Investors recruits Head of US Equities

Aviva Investors, the global asset management business of Aviva plc (‘Aviva’), announces the appointment of Susan Schmidt as Head of US Equities, expanding its geographical footprint in the asset class after nine hires to its UK, Global and Emerging Market equities teams in (...)

January 2018

Regulation Investors should join forces to demand better sell-side research

A new survey draws attention to widespread flaws in sell-side research. But the advent of MiFID II may provide an opportunity for investors to push for change, write Steve Waygood and Anita Skipper.

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