At AXA IM our purpose, to act for human progress by investing for what matters, is central to every action we take as a business.

As a responsible asset manager, we actively invest for the long-term to help our clients, our people and the world to prosper.

Our conviction-led approach enables us to uncover what we believe to be the best global investment opportunities across alternative and core asset classes. We are already entrusted with more than €887 billion1  in assets.

Working as part of the AXA Group, a world leader in financial protection, our team of over 2,400 people2  around the world combine a range of specialist skills and experience to best serve the needs of our clients.

The combination of responsible, active and long-term defines our investment philosophy, but also how we run our business, what underpins our clients’ partnerships with us, and what drives our people.


Navigating instability: our convictions

Marco Morelli, Executive Chairman, looks back at 2022 and how we are entering 2023 as a new era of instability and market volatility which will call on our collective ability to adapt.

Read his article
How we are making progress towards sustainability

The global economy is moving to a more sustainable and equitable model, driven by mega trends such as climate change, longevity, technology and regulation. By championing sustainability, we aim to take an active role in powering that transition.

AXA IM in figures (as of December 2021)

€887 billion

assets under management

65 %

ESG-integrated assets


offices worldwide


European asset manager committed to responsible investing (H&K RI Brand Index 2021)

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