As an established liquidity solutions business driven by client outcomes, we aim to:


Deliver competitive yields through active management.

Capital preservation

Deliver client outcomes without diluting security of capital.

Client experience

Provide high levels of client servicing to manage the whole client experience.

Our breadth of pooled capabilities

liquidity capabilities

*Expected to launch in Q1 2022.

Not all strategies are available in all jurisdictions. For illustrative purposes only.

Liquidity strategies

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.

IMMFA member since 2018

Our Sterling Liquidity Fund, Sterling Government Liquidity Fund and EUR Liquidity Fund are all IMMFA Funds. 

Optimising cash for corporate treasurers

With corporate treasury functions becoming increasingly sophisticated, businesses are increasingly turning to cash optimisation strategies. We explore how they can provide an effective solution for liquidity management in a prolonged period of low interest rates.

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Gas plant valves

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.

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Gas plant valves

Turning talk into action

It is only through commitment, passion and genuine collaboration that we can bring our sustainable aspirations to life. In our “This is how” series, we profile some of the ways ESG helps us be better investors, for our clients, and for the world around us.

This is how

Key risks

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.

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You can find more information in the fund centre

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