M&G Ski

M&G Ski

Investment expertise

Our investment expertise spans all the principal asset classes so we can offer our clients a broad choice of solutions to meet their investment needs.

At M&G, we have focused on the long-term investment needs of our clients since 1931. Today, we’re one of the largest active fund managers in Europe* with assets under management of more than €307 bn.**

The 2016/2017 winter season sees M&G present in mountain resorts across Europe for a seventh consecutive year; covering a range of ski resorts in five countries and the sponsorship of 20 ski schools.


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The value of investments will fluctuate, which will cause fund prices to fall as well as rise and you may not get back the original amount you invested. The level of any income earned by the fund will fluctuate. Past performance is not a guide to future performance.

* Source: Broadridge FundFile as at 30.06.16. **Source: M&G Statistics as at 30.06.16.

Watch highlights of our 2016-17 ski campaign

Alta Badia - Italy

Situated right in the heart of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alta Badia offers a range of winter activities both for skiing enthusiasts and for those who don’t ski. Comfortable, fast and safe ski lifts together with a vast ski area allow visitors to ski in peace and complete safety along 130 km of slopes, directly linked to another 500 km of slopes belonging to the Dolomiti Superski resort.





Davos - Switzerland

With its 5 mountains featuring 300 km of slopes in 85 descents, Davos Klosters Mountains is amongst the biggest snowsport regions in the alps. The best part is that there is something for all winter sport enthusiasts, from Freeriders to Snowboarders.


Bormio - Italy

Known as the Magnificient Land since ancient times, Bormio is still one of the most attractive destinations of the Italian Alps. While there are the unforgettable ski slopes in winter, any season is good for relaxing in the hot waters of Bormio Spas.



Val d`Isère - France

Val d’Isère never fell victim to “fashion” and passing trends… Despite the fact that the village has undergone an architectural renovation programme the village remains deeply traditional. Here you can have an authentic and traditional holiday!


Formigal - Spain

Formigal is one of the biggest ski resorts in Spain with over 137 kilometres of ski routes among 100 pistes. But that’s not all, as the resort also offers amazing aprēs-ski opportunities including DJ sessions and many other events which are definitely not to be missed!



St. Moritz - Switzerland

St. Moritz is one of the world’s most famous winter holiday resorts. Chic and elegant it is located at 1,856 metres above sea level in the middle of the Upper Engadin lake landscape. The dry, sparkling “champagne climate” is legendary and the celebrated St. Moritz sun shines for an average of 322 days a year.


Sölden - Austria

Sölden is famous for the BIG 3 viewing platforms, providing stunning panoramic views of the areas alpine scenery. Sölden is also famous for its great après-ski scene, with numerous open air après ski bars, pubs and discos.


Baqueira/Beret - Spain

Baqueira/Beret is a ski resort located in the heart of the Pyrenees, in the Aran Valley and Àneu Valley Lleida, Spain. The ski area extends from 1,500 to 2,510 metres (4,920 to 8,230 ft) in elevation.




Courchevel - France

The linked ski area of the Courchevel valley is 1,304 acres of mountain entirely dedicated to all types of winter sports, with 600 kilometres of prepared and maintained pistes. The wide range of non-skiing activities on offer is another plus point for this resort.

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Ischgl - Austria

In Ischgl they live by one motto: no day is like the other. Many different sports and activities are on offer, such as mountain biking, skiing or hiking. Renowned as an après-ski stronghold, Ischgl also knows how to thrill its guests with its nightlife.


Madonna di Campiglio - Italy

Madonna di Campiglio is the perfect resort for your mountain holiday, with the Brenta Dolomites in the east and the Adamello and Presanella range in the west. Enjoy an incredible experience at the sight of the Brenta Dolomites, a UNESCO heritage site.


Zermatt - Switzerland

The mountain village of Zermatt is one of the greatest ski and climbing centres in the world. Nestled in a deep valley enclosed between steeply scarped mountains, it is dominated by the huge and gracefully curved pyramid of the Matterhorn.


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Verbier - Switzerland

In a sun-drenched south-western facing bowl, high up on a mountain at an altitude of 1500m, Verbier has it all. Boasting a wide array of sport and leisure activities during summer and winter, the resort also has great nightlife and stunning scenery.


Tignes - France

Off-beat, up-beat, cosmopolitan, sporty and innovative, Tignes gives you the unique opportunity to experience the mountains in a different way – whether you are a big fan of skiing, holidays with your family, or you’re a party animal.


Courmayeur - Italy

Mont Blanc is a paradise for off-piste skiing in the Aosta Valley. Take yourself on thrilling descents in fresh snow along fabulous itinerary routes along Punta Helbronner, and in summer access the spectacular hiking paths that wind around Mont Blanc.



Crans Montana - Switzerland

Whether you’re with friends or family, make the most of your stay in the mountains to have some fun. From sled dog rides and skiing in winter, to kayaking and climbing in the summer, Crans-Montana has lots of fun to offer.

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Cortina D’Ampezzo - Italy

Cortina has succeeded in preserving its natural heritage and delicate treasure of flora and fauna. When the snow gives way to summer, Cortina is transformed into an enormous playground with endless itineraries for excursions on foot or by bicycle.

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Schladming-Region - Austria

Welcome to winter – welcome to the Schladming-Dachstein Region! Alpine or Nordic skiing, snowboarding or ski-touring, winter hikes or sledding, vibrant activity or soothing relaxation… Whatever your choice, you are sure to strike your own perfect balance here.


Sestriere -Italy

Sestriere township rises up to 2035 metres altitude and links the Chisone and Susa valleys in Piedmont, only a few kilometres from France. Sestriere offers a range of activities all year round including an extensive ski area, 10 km of cross-country track, and even an 18 hole golf course.


St. Anton am Arlberg - Austria

St. Anton am Arlberg “Cradle of Alpine skiing” is a snowy paradise of the highest calibre. It offers a beautiful backdrop of peaks and popular (skiing) mountains, whilst also providing all the comforts you would expect from any international holiday resort.


Meribel Alpina - France

Comprising of six resorts, les 3 Vallées is the largest ski area in the world and a Mecca for skiers. Meribel also offers an incredibly wide choice of accommodations, from luxury hotel suites to fully equipped apartments and hotel clubs.


Obergurgl-Hochgurgl - Austria

The two lovely villages of Obergurgl and Hochgurgl are the diamond in the Alps. A 5-star hotel, more than twenty 4-star accommodations, guesthouses and deluxe apartments await you in an internationally renowned winter sports resort.

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Jungfrau Wengen - Switzerland

Wengen lies at 1274m on a sheltered sun terrace at the foot of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. The tourist resort is rich in tradition and is the ideal point of departure for winter sport fans and sun-worshipers alike.


Kitzbühel - Austria

Winter in Kitzbühel means extraordinary experiences thanks to a wide selection of sports and activities. Skiing, snowboarding, winter hiking, skating and many more exciting activities in spectacular natural surroundings, all but guarantee lasting memories.


Lenzerheide - Switzerland

Whether covered in deep snow or a lush green, the landscape of the Lenzerheide holiday region will tempt you to stay at any time of the year. Enjoy the sun and breathe the fresh mountain air whilst trying the range of activities on offer.


Lech Zürs - Austria

Lech, consists of a number of different districts; Dorf, Anger, Omesberg, Tannberg, Strass, Stubenbach, Oberlech, Zürs and Zug. Each offers something slightly different, so whether you want peace and quiet, or to party all night, it’s guaranteed to be a holiday to remember.


Breuil Cervinia - Italy

Italy, Aosta Valley. An infinite snowy area that begins at 1,524 metres, in Valtournenche, embraces Breuil-Cervinia, rises to 3,480 metres of Plateau Rosà, touches the 4,000 m peak of Piccolo Cervino, climbs up to 4,478 m to the top of the Cervino.