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M&G Investments

M&G Investments

At M&G, our purpose is clear: We want to help you, and your clients, to prosper by putting your investments to work.

Investing well for our customers demands a responsible, active and long-term approach. We look for the best opportunities to invest, across a wide range of assets for people who care how their money is invested.

Currently M&G look after over 233,000* investors and have more than £276 billion** funds under management.

M&G believes that to lead the market, not to follow it, requires creative thinking, acting with conviction and working collaboratively. This combination of vision, expertise, and insight is what makes us different.

The value of the fund's assets will go down as well as up. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested.

*M&G as at 21.02.19 **M&G as at 30.06.19

Latest News

Will 2020 be the year the “bond bubble” bursts? Read Jim Leaviss’ bond market outlook for 2020 as he discusses the seven trends which may make you think twice about saying goodbye to fixed income
It’s earnings season again, and results are in. In this month’s video, Investment specialist, Kirsty Clark looks at how companies have been faring. With deteriorating economic indicators and a fragile global growth backdrop, who have been the biggest winners and losers?
Central banks globally have turned on the taps, keeping a lid on interest rates and bond yields. In this month’s video, Investment Specialist, Kirsty Clark discusses the recent round of QE from central banks as dark clouds loom over the global economy.
In this short video, fund manager Richard Woolnough explains why he doesn’t share the market’s nervousness about prospects for the global economy, and how this view is reflected in the fund’s positioning. After a positive first half of the year for risk assets, Richard discusses where he believes the best relative value now lies.

Please note, the value of the fund’s assets will go down as well as up. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested.

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