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Individual clients who are reviewing and assessing information for their personal financial goals

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Financial Professionals

Serving different types of intermediaries, including registered investment advisors (RIAs), broker/dealers, defined contribution plan advisors, insurance, sub-advisory and separately managed account (SMA) platforms

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Institutional Investors

Including: public and private pension funds, endowments and foundations, major financial institutions (such as banks and insurance companies) and Taft-Hartley Plans

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Consultants

Firms and individuals who provide services for their clients on the review, assessment, design, research and implementation of financial goals for retirement plans, pension plans and larger corporations

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Insurance Asset Management

A dedicated team with the specialist investment, risk, capital management and regulatory knowledge to design and support focused investment solutions for insurance clients worldwide.

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Latest news from Schroders

Latest news from Schroders

Multi-Asset Insights: Oil spills into high yield sector

01/29/2015

Our multi-asset team provides its insights on current market trends and its latest asset allocation views, focusing this month on headwinds to the global recovery and the impact of the oil price on high yield bonds.

Open-ended QE to lift eurozone equities to fresh highs

01/29/2015

The European Central Bank's quantitative easing announcement is a significant move that has positive implications for eurozone equities.

Schroders Quickview: Fed begins shift to less dovish stance

01/28/2015

January’s FOMC statement struck a balanced tone which we expect to become gradually less dovish through 2015.

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