Fund types

Schroders’ award-winning range of managed funds include unit trusts, open ended investment companies (OEICs), investment trusts and the more specialised Schroder International Selection Fund. The funds are designed to meet most risk profiles and provide access to major investment markets around the world and across a wide range of asset classes.

Unit Trusts and OEICs

Schroders’ broad range of funds provides a wide range of investment options to suit a number of individual investment needs. The funds are designed to deliver regular income or capital growth over a long-term period and cover bonds, Europe, Far East, Multi-Manager/Multi-Asset, Specialist, the UK and the US.

Investment Trusts

Schroders launched its first investment trust in 1924 and now manages in excess of £2 billion across nine distinctive investment trusts. Leveraging the experience of its highly-rated fund managers such as Philip Matthews, Andy Brough, Matthew Dobbs, Robin Parbrook, Sue Noffke, Duncan Owen and Andrew Rose, Schroders provides investment opportunities in assets including UK and Japanese equities, Pan-Asian equities and commercial property. 

How to invest

SICAVs

Schroder International Selection Fund

The Schroder International Selection Fund offers investors the chance to gain specialist exposure to a diverse range of asset classes globally including: equity funds, fixed income funds, multi-asset funds, income funds and liquidity, defensive and specialist funds.

Schroder Alternative Solutions

These innovative funds provide exposure to alternative investments such as gold, metal, agriculture and commodities.

Schroder GAIA

This range offers investors the flexibility and advanced investment strategies of hedge funds, with the liquidity, transparency and regulatory controls of a UCITS regulated structure.