In 1958 Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth gave Royal Assent to establish investment funds for parishes, dioceses and cathedrals. In 1961, similar funds were established for local authorities; and, in 1963 the Charity Commission, enabling the wider non-profit sector to benefit. CCLA’s ambition is to deliver trusted, responsibly managed, strongly performing products and services aligned to our clients’ values and purpose.
A description of Good Investment that most people would recognise. CCLA provides opportunities for local authorities to work with the investment management industry to effect real, positive change in communities.
Please come and talk to us about what more ‘good’ we could be doing, together, for a better world. CCLA presently manages over £2.6 billion of local authority funds and a further £11 billion1 of charitable funds, making us the largest manager of not-for-profit organisations in the UK.2 CCLA is part owned by The Local Authorities’ Mutual Investment Trust (LAMIT), comprised of representatives from the associations of local government from England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. CCLA Investment Management Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.