LGIM unveils 6bps Model Portfolio Service led by Onuekwusi

Justin Onuekwusi will lead the MPS proposition

Pedro Gonçalves
clock • 2 min read

Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has launched its Model Portfolio Service (MPS) with the initial pricing set at an annual management fee of 6bps.

The MPS range, which is available to investors via their financial adviser, includes 21 growth-focused model portfolios, designed to cater to investors looking to grow their capital over time, and provides three low-cost investment styles. The index-focused model portfolios will draw upon LGIM's suite and expertise of passive vehicles, offering exposure to a broad range of ETFs. The ESG-focused model portfolios will invest in ESG-focused funds, including LGIM's Future World fund range, and benefit from LGIM's experience in responsible investing and blended model portfolios. It will al...

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