Across a diverse range of investment capabilities, we endeavour to invest capital responsibly, sustainably and positively.
We invest in low carbon and global core infrastructure strategies…
We invest across a diverse credit spectrum, including Specialised Credit, Treasury and Infrastructure Debt strategies …
We acquire and invest in companies across Growth Equity and Long-Term Private Capital strategies …
We offer listed equities strategies, including Indexed, Quantitative and Active Large & Small Caps …
As an institutional investor, we have a fiduciary duty to maximise returns over the long term for the benefit of our investors.
We also recognise that we have a role to play in supporting the broader environmental, social and economic systems that we depend upon for our portfolios to prosper.
Our responsible investment approach is closely aligned with the United Nations Global Compact and the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment, to which IFM has been a signatory since 2008.* We integrate responsible investment principles into our investment processes and active ownership activities by engaging with portfolio companies, policy makers and working with other institutions to bring about positive change.
* The Principles for Responsible Investment is a United Nations-supported international network of asset managers, asset owners and service providers working together to promote and implement six aspirational ESG principles. The PRI’s annual assessment process scores and benchmarks signatories’ responsible investment governance and processes against its principles and other signatories.
Trusted with the retirement savings of more than +120 million people worldwide, we’re using what makes us different to make a difference.
million (the number of working people our investors manage the retirement savings of)
(Principles for Responsible Investment) signatory since 2008
AU $216.8 bn
FUM (funds under management)
industry superannuation fund owners
Data as at 31 December 2023
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More than 25 years ago, IFM Investors was conceived and created by a collective of industry superannuation funds. Today, we are a global institutional asset manager, working to create a better future for working people.