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Aviva Investors Sterling Government Liquidity Fund
Investing in cash investments of 0-3 months, the fund provides liquidity and security of government exposure. It has Aaa-mf and AAAm ratings for Moody’s and S&P respectively.
Aviva Investors Sterling Liquidity Fund
Investing in cash investments of 0-3 months, the fund aims to maximise income while preserving both the principal and liquidity. It has Aaa-mf and AAAm ratings for Moody’s and S&P respectively.
Aviva Investors Sterling Liquidity Plus Fund
Investing in cash investments of 3-6 months, the fund aims to provide low volatility investment returns while maintaining liquidity. It has a Fitch rating of AAAf/S1.
Aviva Investors Euro Liquidity Fund
Investing in cash investments of 0-3 months, the fund aims to maximise income while preserving both the principal and liquidity. It has a Moody’s rating of Aaa-mf.
Aviva Investors US Dollar Liquidity Fund
Investing in cash investments of 0-3 months, the fund aims to maximise income while preserving both the principal and liquidity. It has AAAmmf and Aaa-mf ratings for Fitch and Moody’s respectively.
Optimising cash for insurers
With low interest rates heaping pressure on insurers to optimise every inch of their portfolios, we take a look at how bespoke approaches can help them eke out additional returns from their cash allocations while still preserving capital.
The value of an investment and any income from it can go down as well as up. Investors may not get back the original amount invested.
These funds invest in money market instruments such as short term bank debt, the market prices/value of which can rise as well as fall on a daily basis. Their values are affected by changes in interest rates, inflation and any decline in creditworthiness of the issuer.
These are not guaranteed investments, an investment in a Money Market Fund is different from an investment in deposits and can fluctuate in price meaning you may not get back the original amount you invested. These investments do not rely on external support for guaranteeing liquidity or stabilising the NAV per unit or share. The risk of loss of the principal is to be borne by the investor.
Covered bonds and ABS: Do you know the difference?
28 Jul 2021
We look at the similarities and differences between covered bonds and asset-backed securities and explain the important role both asset classes can play in liquidity funds.
Asset-backed securities: A unique opportunity for liquidity products
18 Jan 2021
Unfairly cast as a pariah after the financial crisis, asset-backed securities have shown their true mettle during the COVID-19 pandemic. Investors in liquidity products should take note.
Enhancing cash yields in times of crisis
2 Dec 2020
Money market funds can play an important role in helping investors manage capital and liquidity during stressed market conditions, but their potential to provide yield should not be overlooked.
Flattening the credit curve: A closer look at short-dated assets
28 May 2020
There are few areas of life that COVID-19 hasn’t impacted and credit markets are no exception. Mhammed Belfaida explains how the flattening of credit curves has revealed a surprising anomaly.
ESG: Long-term thinking can add value to short-term investments
1 May 2020
While ‘ESG’ was becoming a buzzword in long-term holdings, environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors remained largely irrelevant for short-term investments such as liquidity. Yet as the concept has gained familiarity, investors have realised ESG factors can impact performance in the short as well as the long run.
Reasons to be cheerful: Matching enhanced returns with liquidity and security
24 Mar 2020
In today’s ‘lower for longer’ interest rate environment, building a cash strategy that can offer investors an enhanced return, capital preservation and liquidity seems like an extraordinary challenge. Caroline Hedges, Global Head of Liquidity Portfolio Management, and Tony Callcott, Head of Pan-European Liquidity Client Solutions, have good news.
Global Head of Liquidity Client Solutions
Sales Director, Liquidity – Financial Institutions
Sales Director, Liquidity - UK Corporates
Sales Director, Liquidity – Europe
Client Solutions Manager, Liquidity
Global Head of Liquidity and Securities Finance
Head of UK Liquidity Portfolio Management
Senior Portfolio Manager
Liquidity Fund Manager
Junior Portfolio Manager, Liquidity
Portfolio Manager, Liquidity
Investment Director, Credit
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Aviva Investors Liquidity Funds - Statement of excess reportable income - 31 March 2020
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Prospectus- 07 January 2021
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Prospectus addendum 07 January 2021
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Aviva Investors Liquidity Funds - Remuneration Policy
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Aviva Investors Liquidity Funds – Memorandum and Articles of Association
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Aviva Investors liquidity Funds - Annual Report and Financial Statements - 31 March 2020
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Aviva Investors Liquidity Funds – Semi-Annual Report and Unaudited Financial Statements – 30 September 2019
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Aviva Investors Liquidity Application Form
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What happens if GBP goes Negative?
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Aviva Investors Liquidity Solutions Brochure
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Aviva Investors Liquidity Funds - Sterling & Euro Fund Holidays
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Aviva investors Liquidity Funds- US Dollar Fund Holidays
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Aviva Investors Liquidity Funds Country Registration
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Aviva Investors Liquidity Funds - Fund Range