Launched in 1984, the Stewardship funds have a proud heritage as the UK's first range of ethical funds.The funds are managed by our dedicated asset management company Aviva Investors.
Stewardship aims to provide investment portfolios that are socially, ethically and environmentally sound, investing in companies with high standards of corporate governance.
We exclude companies that don’t meet the ethical standards of the Stewardship funds or are harmful to society
We support companies that make a positive contribution to society
Better business practices
We encourage better business practices through shared ownership and dialogue
The value of your investments can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you originally paid in.
Aviva's Stewardship funds
Funds you can invest in responsibly and help contribute to a better future.
- Stewardship Life
- Stewardship Managed Life
- Stewardship International Life
- Stewardship Income Life
- Stewardship Corporate Bond Life
NGP pension funds
- Stewardship NGP
- Stewardship Managed NGP
- Stewardship Income NGP
- Stewardship International NGP Fund
My Money pension funds
- MyM My Stewardship UK Equity
- MyM My Stewardship UK Equity Income
- MyM My Stewardship Managed
- MyM My Stewardship International
- MyM My Stewardship Bond
We have created a Stewardship lifetime investment programme on My Money. In this programme our customers are invested in the Stewardship Managed, Stewardship International and Stewardship Bond Funds. We have created this programme to enable our customers to invest in funds that are making a positive contribution to the world around them throughout their pension journey.
How it works
Discover the philosophy behind the Stewardship range of funds, how the funds are managed and how you can invest.
You can either read the summary of download the full guide.
How does it work?Stewardship recognises that the contribution companies make to a sustainable society depends both on the products and services they provide. Find out more here.
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