Camilla Ayling

Portfolio Manager – Active Equities

Camilla Ayling

Camilla is a Portfolio Manager in Active Strategies in London at LGIM. Camilla joined LGIM in 2019 from Rathbones, and prior to that she worked at Barclays. Camilla was featured in Citywire’s 2019 ‘Top 30 under 30’ list and was awarded Investment Analyst of the Year at the 2020 Women in Investment Awards. Camilla graduated from the University of Bath with a BSc (Hons) degree in Economics. Camilla is a CFA charterholder and also holds the Investment Management Certificate, the PRI’s Foundations in Responsible Investments qualification and the CFA Certificate in ESG Investing.

Other articles by Camilla Ayling

Tightening our belts: what soaring food and fuel costs could mean for discretionary spending
Camilla Ayling
Markets and economics

Tightening our belts: what soaring food and fuel costs could mean for discretionary spending

In this third blog of our series on the cost of living crisis, LGIM's Consumer Global Research an...
By Camilla Ayling
05 Aug 2022
3 min read
Checking the temperature of the Chinese consumer
Camilla Ayling
Equities

Checking the temperature of the Chinese consumer

China is crucial to both global consumption and production. What implications could the latest wa...
By Camilla Ayling
08 Jun 2022
4 min read
The state of the consumer (part 2): sustainability and consumer choice
ESG and long term themes

The state of the consumer (part 2): sustainability and consumer choice

The second instalment of our deep dive on the consumer focuses on consumer preferences.
By Camilla AylingKenneth Michalec
14 Mar 2022
3 min read
The state of the consumer (part 1): online retail & reopening dynamics
ESG and long term themes

The state of the consumer (part 1): online retail & reopening dynamics

As consumers, companies and economies adjust to life post-pandemic, LGIM's Consumer Global Resear...
By Camilla AylingJarrett Brotzman
10 Mar 2022
3 min read
China’s property stocks: policy shift to the rescue?
Camilla Ayling
Equities

China’s property stocks: policy shift to the rescue?

China's real-estate market is crucial for the whole economy, so its downturn has far-reaching...
By Camilla Ayling
14 Feb 2022
3 min read

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