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Policies and regulatory documentation

 

Annual 2020 RTS 28 and Article 65(6)

Download RLAM Annual 2020 RTS 28 and Article 65(6)

Download Top 5 Venue 2020 Trading Activity

 

Annual report and financial statements for RLAM

Download our annual report and financial statements

 

Assessment of Value reports

Download RLUTM 2021 report

Download RLUM 2021 report

Download RLUTM 2020 report

Download RLUM 2020 report

 

Best execution

Best execution is the way in which we pursue all practical steps in order to achieve the best possible outcome for each transaction undertaken on behalf of our clients. This disclosure statement sets out the Royal London Asset Management Ltd (RLAM) order execution policy.

Download our best execution disclosure statement

 

Complaints policy

The complaints policy for our clients outlines how to raise an issue as well as our promise to you.

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Conflicts of interest disclosure

As a firm regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) is required to take appropriate steps to identify and prevent or manage conflicts of interest.

Download our conflicts of interest disclosure statement

 

Controversial weapons policy

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Costs and Charges

Please visit one of the fund centres in our investor websites to access costs and charges disclosure information for our funds.

EMT - European MiFID Template

EMT stands for ‘European MiFID template’. This is an industry agreed information exchange template. The template provides a functional description of the minimum set of data (defining a product’s target market and disclosing its costs and charges) for product manufacturers, such as asset managers, to distributors to help them to fulfil the new regulatory requirements. The EMT is generally used by intermediaries and advisers. Individual investors should refer to the KIID and other fund related documentation.

Download our latest EMT

EPT – European PRIIPs Template

EPT stands for ‘European PRIIPs template’. This is an industry agreed information exchange template. The manufacturer of a packaged product needs to gather up (via the EPTs) all of the underlying data on the funds that make up that product and aggregate them into a PRIIPs KID, to provide to their client. PRIIPs is an acronym for: Packaged and Insurance-based Investment Products (PRIIPs). Individual investors should refer to the KIID and other fund related documentation.

Download our latest EPT

The EMT and EPT templates are updated quarterly and are provided in CSV format. Guidance for converting CSV files for viewing in Excel is available in this document.

Please contact RLAMCostCharges@rlam.co.uk with any queries.

 

Equity Tilt Fund Investment process disclosure

This document describes the investment process for the Equity Tilt Funds.

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Ethical Bond Fund policy

This document was last updated in September 2021 to reflect the exclusion of the fossil fuels sector.

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Ethical and sustainable investment policy

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Fund documentation

Please visit one of the fund centres in our investor websites to access regulatory documentation relating to our funds including KIIDs, prospectuses and financial reports.

 

Gender pay gap

In line with gender pay reporting legislation, Royal London will publish statutory calculations every year comparing men and women’s average pay across the organisation.

View the 2020 gender pay gap report 
View the 2019 gender pay gap report

 

LIBOR: impacts and solutions for investors

Our communication regarding the transition from LIBOR to new risk free rates, which will take effect at the beginning of 2022.

Download our LIBOR communication

 

Modern slavery statement

We are passionate about ensuring our business is conducted ethically. Visit our Group website to find out more and download our statements.

Read our modern slavery statement on the Group website

 

Pillar 3

The EU Capital Requirements Directive requires firms to publish certain information relating to their risk management and capital adequacy. These are known as Pillar 3 disclosures.

RLAM Pillar 3 disclosure

RLAM Country by country reporting

 

Product development procedure

Our Product Development Procedure sets out the governance process for designing and developing propositions, including their approval equirements, within RLAM with the goal of ensuring that propositions meet identified customer needs based on insight and deliver good customer outcomes.

Download our product development procedure

 

Remuneration policy

Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) Limited is part of the Royal London Group. RLAM is subject to the Group Remuneration Policy and comes under the governance of the Group Remuneration Committee which approves all RLAM specific remuneration plans and awards.

Download Royal London Asset Management Bond Funds Plc Remuneration Policy

Download Royal London Unit Trust Managers Limited UCITS Summary Remuneration Policy

Download RLUM Limited Summary Remuneration Policy

 

Responsible investment policy

Download our responsible investment policy

 

RLUTM Section 172 disclosure

Download our RLUTM Section 172 disclosure

 

Royal London Equity Funds ICVC - Result of Shareholder Votes

Extraordinary General Meeting (“EGM”) of the Shareholders were held on 24 June 2021 the resolution to consider the proposal to change investment objectives and names of Royal London Equity Funds ICVC funds as per terms set out in the circular dated 7 June 2021.

The adjourned meeting of Shareholders of Royal London FTSE 350 Tracker Fund was held on 22 July 2021.

View the results of the shareholder votes

 

Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR)

The SFDR is a European regulation which introduces the requirement for consistent and transparent disclosure relating to how environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks are integrated into investment processes and how the adverse impacts that investments may have on ESG factors are considered. You can find out more in the About us section of our website or download our FAQ below.

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Voting policies

Download our Global voting policy

Download our UK voting policy