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AXA IM: a long-term investment partner for institutional investors
As a part of the AXA Group, AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) benefits from the strong backing of a global, well-resourced, stable parent company. This commitment allows us to invest in our business for the long term to the direct benefit of our clients. Having managed significant levels of assets for the AXA Group over many years, we are keenly aware of the technical and practical issues facing investors such as pension schemes and insurers - investing today for all our futures.
Find out more about our investment Solutions, including Efficient Investing, Cash-flow Driven Investing and Responsible Investing. To view information on our pooled fund range please visit our Fund centre. For more information on segregated portfolios and liability management then contact us.
18 September 2019
AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) today announces the AXA Framlington Blue Chip Equity Income Fund has been renamed the AXA Framlington UK Equity Income Fund to better reflect its new investment objec ...Read more
10 September 2019
• AXA IM is to launch fourth private market impact investing strategy later this year. • The latest offering will focus on addressing the basic needs of the emerging consumer through healthcare and fi ...Read more
23 July 2019
• Johnson wins Conservative leadership election (66% to 34%). • In a short speech Johnson reiterated his campaign mantra “to deliver Brexit, unite the country and defeat Jeremy Corbyn”. • Johnson’s ...Read more
18 April 2019
Unveiling China’s Economic Cycle
The extreme stability of real GDP growth in recent years has led to a perceived death of business cycles in China.
17 April 2019
Tracking Asian exports
Asia’s exports have witnessed rapid expansion over the past decades. Its share in world exports went from below 5% to the current 23%, second only to the Eurozone.
12 April 2019
Fixed income markets are enjoying a good run with the Federal Reserve again, suggesting this week that rates are on hold for the foreseeable future.