GLC becomes a signatory to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment. Portfolio Solutions Group becomes GLC’s 5th investment division focused solely on asset-allocation fund strategies.
GLC establishes Portico Investment Management, a fixed-income specialist investment division.
GWL Investment Management (GWLIM), London Capital and Laketon unite to form GLC Asset Management Group Ltd.
London Capital launches its first specialty-sector global mandate and applies its quantitative abilities on a larger scale.
Laketon’s Canadian dividend mandate reaches $1 billion in assets. London Life Investment Management Ltd. (LLIM) is renamed London Capital Management Ltd.
Great-West Lifeco Inc. buys Canada Life. Laketon Investment Management Ltd. becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canada Life.
GWLIM launches its first socially-responsible fund mandate - the Ethics Fund.
Privately-owned investment company Indago Capital Management merges with Laketon Investment Management Ltd.
Two of GWLIM’s oldest mandates – GWL Canadian Equity Investment Fund and GWL Canadian Bond Fund – top $1 billion in assets. London Life Investment Management Ltd. (LLIM) is incorporated as the investment management subsidiary of London Life.
Great-West Life buys London Life. London Life’s Equity Fund and Bond Fund both hit $1 billion in assets. Canada Life Investment Management is renamed Indago Capital Management.
GWL Investment Management Ltd. (GWLIM) is incorporated as the investment management subsidiary of Great-West Life.
Canada Life Investment Management is founded as the investment management subsidiary of Canada Life.
Canada Life establishes a Canadian equity segregated fund, which is now the Laketon Canadian Equity mandate.
London Life offers the Canadian Equity Fund, marking the origins of London Capital. Great-West Life establishes the GWL Property Fund (the forerunner to the Mortgage fund), marking the origins of GWL Investment Management.