Schroders Insurance Asset Management

Delivering dedicated and focused solutions to the insurance sector

Insurance companies face many investment challenges and at Schroders we aim to bridge the gap between intelligent ideas and regulatory reality.

As an independent asset manager, our clients’ needs come first. We manage £375.0bn (€433.5bn)* on a global platform across all major asset classes, of which £68.6bn (€79.2bn)* is managed on behalf of insurance clients worldwide.

*at 30 September 2016

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A unified framework for managing and servicing client portfolios

Our insurance clients benefit from the expertise of our dedicated insurance team, who coordinate Schroders’ extensive investment and risk management resources to design, deliver and support Solvency II capital efficient investment strategies.

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Markets

27MAR 2017

Cash vs shares: did Isa savers return to cash at the wrong time?

Markets

27MAR 2017

Cash vs shares: did Isa savers return to cash at the wrong time?

Isa savers show a growing preference for cash over investments, analysis by Schroders shows. New data shows how this approach has failed them.

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Economics

23MAR 2017

Political pressures risk economic fissures

Economics

23MAR 2017

Political pressures risk economic fissures

Political regime change, both realised and potential, could lead to some real obstacles for trade and economic progress in the US, Europe and the UK.

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Economics

23MAR 2017

Inflation on the rise? This chart shows the damage it could do

UK inflation hits its highest level in almost three and a half years. We look at the damage inflation can inflict on your money and investments.

Economics

21MAR 2017

UK inflation jumps more than expected

The impact from the fall in the pound has started to feed through to import price inflation, but we expect the Bank of England (BoE) to hold fire on …

Global Markets Perspective
Q1 2017 We look ahead to what’s in store for 2017, as well as looking back on an eventful 2016. Read more 

Economic & Strategy Viewpoint
March 2017 
– Our economists focus on inflationary headwinds to the global recovery, become cautiously optimistic on Europe, and explain their more positive view on EM. Read more