Investing with us

Investing with Schroders should be easy, so we have tried to make the investment process as simple and as clear as possible. Below you can find information on Schroders’ products, charges and even an investment guide to help you get started.

Ways to invest

Before you start investing with Schroders it is worth reading through Schroders' 'Guide to investing', which provides an in-depth view on the investment options available to you whether you are relatively new to the investing world or an experienced investor. 

Where to invest

You can access our funds through most major platforms and adviser networks in the UK. Our availability matrix gives an overview for our unit trust range.


Schroders' investment fund charges are designed to be transparent, so that investors have a clear understanding of what costs they will incur when investing in one of its funds. This is crucial to any investor as charges can impact on financial returns.

Historical ongoing charges

Schroders funds incur a range of ongoing charges. A detailed breakdown of the charges and costs of our funds is available here.

Non-trading days

Schroders' funds which are registered and priced in the UK will not be priced on days classified as legal holidays in England and Wales.

Terms of business

Schroders' Terms of Business govern the relationship between Schroders and the Intermediary and the terms upon which Schroders will accept Business from the Intermediary.