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Schroders manages £309.9 billion (€437.4 billion/US$487.4 billion)* on behalf of institutional and retail investors, financial institutions and high net worth clients from around the world.

* Source: Schroders, all data as at 30 June 2015.

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Investor Warning: Be alert to share fraud and boiler room scams

We have been contacted by investors informing us that they have received telephone calls from people, purporting to work for Schroders or third party firms, who have offered to buy their investment company shares.

These callers do not work for Schroders or its appointed representatives. Schroders never makes these types of offers and does not ‘cold-call’ investors in this way. Any third party making such offers has no link with Schroders

These may be scams which attempt to gain personal information, with which to commit identity fraud, or could be ‘boiler room’ or ‘advance fee’ scams, where a payment from you is required to release the supposed payment for your shares.

If you have any doubt over the veracity of a person purporting to work for Schroders, do not offer any personal information, end the call and contact our investor services centre using the details on our Contact Us page.

The Financial Conduct Authority provides advice with respect to share fraud and boiler room scams: http://www.fca.org.uk/consumers/scams 

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Schroders Talking Point

  • What does market volatility mean for investing in global property securities?

    What does market volatility mean for investing in global property securities?

    Tom Walker, Co-Head, Global Property Securities

    28 August 2015

    Although the global economy is suffering from a bout of lower growth and potential deflation, we think that the investment case for real estate is intact.

  • Schroders Quickview: Chinese stimulus to boost sentiment, but not growth yet

    Schroders Quickview: Chinese stimulus to boost sentiment, but not growth yet

    Craig Botham, Emerging Markets Economist

    25 August 2015

    The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) moved to cut both the benchmark interest rate and reserve requirement ratio (RRR) today. The stimulus measures should help market sentiment, but we do not expect a resurgent China as a result.

  • Schroders Quickview: Where next for Asian bonds?

    Schroders Quickview: Where next for Asian bonds?

    Asian Fixed Income Team, Schroders

    25 August 2015

    The slowdown in China ignores the region’s broader strengths.

  • Schroders Quickview: Growth and deflation realisation behind Asian selloff

    Schroders Quickview: Growth and deflation realisation behind Asian selloff

    Asian Equities Team, Schroders

    25 August 2015

    Structural worries on a number of fronts have sparked sharp falls in Asian stocks.