A regulated, liquid and transparent way for clients to invest in hedge fund strategies within a UCITS framework. The platform combines the strength of Schroders (an experienced and established UCITS manager) and a select group of top quality hedge fund managers with proven track records.
|Funds on the platform|
|Schroder GAIA Indus PacifiChoice
A long/short pan-Asian equity fund combining bottom-up stock selection with macro awareness in order to deliver high risk-adjusted returns while preserving capital during difficult market periods.
|Schroder GAIA BlueTrend
The fund is a trend following strategy that invests across a broad range of markets, including equities, bonds, commodities, interest rates and currencies. The fund aims to generate long-term net returns of 10-15% per annum in any market environment.
|Schroder GAIA BSP Credit is a US focused credit long short strategy which aims to deliver 5-7% net of fees, with reduced volatility during all phases of the credit cycle. The strategy has shown very low correlation to credit and equity indices and aims to maximise expected returns while limiting downside risk.
|Schroder GAIA Paulson Merger Arbitrage
Managed by John Paulson, Schroder GAIA Paulson Merger Arbitrage can help investors generate above average returns with low volatility and limited market correlation.
|Schroder GAIA Sirios US Equity
A fundamental equity long short UCITS fund, with an emphasis on capital preservation in down markets. The fund focuses on mid to large cap equities, primarily in the US, with allocations in Europe and Asia.
|Schroder GAIA Cat Bond invests in a diversified portfolio of tradable insurance-linked securities (ILS) with a focus on natural catastrophe risks. The fund targets a return of 3 month USD Libor +6% per annum net of fees and offers excellent diversification benefits.
|Schroder GAIA Egerton Equity was the first fund launched on the GAIA Platform and saw Schroders partner with Egerton Capital, who hold one of the longest and best track records in the Equity long short space.