Secure Income Asset Solutions*

Secure income assets:
new opportunities for a new decade

How secure income assets can help professional DB (defined benefit) pension schemes balance competing requirements for returns and cashflow on their journey to end-game.

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Listen to our webinar to find out more about the asset class and our Secure Income Asset Solutions

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Fund information

Secure Income Assets Fund brochure

How our Secure Income Assets Fund aims to deliver stable, long-term cashflows from a diversified portfolio.

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Fund profiles

Secure Income Assets Fund

Senior Real Estate Debt Fund

Investment Grade Infrastructure Debt Fund

Sub-Investment Grade Infrastructure Debt Fund

Investment Grade Private Corporate Debt Fund

Sub-Investment Grade Private Corporate debt Fund

Further reading

Thought leadership

Bringing together our most compelling research on this asset class.

Blog posts & articles

Our latest updates and insights about secure income assets.

Capabilities

Defined benefit

Solutions for every stage of a pensions lifecycle.

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Real assets

Providing pensions schemes and institutional clients with investment solutions across real estate, infrastructure and corporate credit.

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Trustee education

LGIM’s investment professionals share their knowledge and skills to help trustees to gain the required awareness and understanding of investment principles.

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Contact



Mark Johnson
Head of Institutional Clients

Mark.Johnson@lgim.com



Laura Brown
Head of Clients Solution Distribution

Laura.Brown@lgim.com

‘Secure income assets’ (“SIA”) identify cashflow outcomes from illiquid private asset classes, where the income stream often benefits from a range of contractual protections that enhance asset owners rights to maintain expected cashflows (for example, covenant protections, specific security or ring-fenced collateral). The contractual protections of a particular asset will depend on these terms and the financial strength of the counterparty. SIAs are held with the aim of producing a predictable income stream - this income stream is not guaranteed and there is no underwriting of income provided to the Fund.