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BMO Global Asset Management

BMO Global Asset Management (EMEA) is part of Columbia Threadneedle Investments, a leading global asset management group.

Together BMO Global Asset Management (EMEA) and Columbia Threadneedle Investments manage money for millions of people around the world. With a total of over $725 billion of assets under management (as of 30 June 2021), we are a top 35 global asset manager1 and a top 10 manager of UK fund assets2.

Our combined global team of more than 2500 people brings together diverse expertise with investment professionals sharing global perspectives across asset classes and markets. We provide a broad range of actively managed investment strategies and solutions for individual, institutional and corporate clients around the world.

Behind every investment is intense research powered by a team of analysts dedicated to finding original, actionable insights. Responsible Investment (RI) principles are an important factor and proprietary tools are used to provide a robust RI framework and better analysis for the benefit of clients.

To all our clients, we have one message: your success is our priority.

We chose to use Dynamic Planner’s stochastic model’s strategic asset allocation output for their pioneering risk targeted range of Lifestyle funds launched in 2007. The introduction of the RTM proposition provides investors with the increased comfort that their investment would not only be suitable at inception, but managed in such a way as to remain aligned to the agreed risk profile for the duration of the investment.


  1. IPE Top 400 asset manager survey, June 2021 – based on 31 Dec 2020 AUM with BMO EMEA and Columbia Threadneedle combined
  2. Investment Association – Companies by total retail and institutional funds under management (UK domiciled assets) April 2021

“We chose to use Dynamic Planner’s stochastic model’s strategic asset allocation output for their pioneering risk targeted range of Lifestyle funds launched in 2007”