Clay Lambiotte

Clay Lambiotte
Partner & Head of Investment

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As Head of the Investment team at LCP, I advise many of LCP’s largest, high profile clients on how to build an effective investment strategy to meet their particular goals and objectives. My clients range from multi-billion pound FTSE 100 (or equivalent), to smaller sub-£1bn schemes of middle market or privately held businesses, and include industries such as banking, manufacturing, commercial foods, aerospace, mining, media and construction.

I believe a flexible and collaborative approach, unconstrained by industry convention, is the key to success. The strategies adopted by my clients vary considerably, reflecting their differing needs and circumstances. I have advised on everything from low risk LDI, CDI and insurance solutions, to more returns- focussed, alternative and private markets strategies.

In addition to my Investment role, I am also a member of LCP’s Executive Committee, responsible for setting and implementing LCP’s business strategy. My aim in these roles is to foster a culture of independent thought and innovation. I strongly believe this leads to the best advice, and outcomes, for each and every client.

I always learn new things from Clay, no matter what the subject.

LCP Client

Fiduciary management is a hot topic, and has been a focus of the recent CMA review.  We ensure that clients fully understand the pros and cons, and help them to put in place the right arrangements for their needs.

Getting the investment strategy right is the most important task to help ensure good outcomes.

In an increasingly complex investment market we focus exclusively on the needs of our clients. We keep abreast of the entire range of investment choices and access options and simply deliver good value best in class advice.

Our intuitive, real-time pensions technology allows you to see the information you need when you need it, helping you to make decisions.

We help you focus on the areas of most significance, monitoring performance against the benchmark, funding level and manager contribution. This information can enable you to see what decisions have worked and why.