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Insurance-Linked Securities (ILS) give investors access to insurance risks and returns. They are issued by insurers and reinsurers to manage their exposure to very large risks such as hurricanes or floods. As investments, they offer a number of important potential benefits for UK pension funds. Read more.
Schroders launched its first private equity fund of funds in late 2001. We now run four funds, the Schroder Private Equity Fund of Funds I, II, III and IV. The investment adviser for the four funds is SVG Advisers Limited, who advise on all matters relating to fund selection, monitoring and cash management.
All Funds are listed on the Irish Stock Exchange. Their innovative structure has been designed to meet the requirements of both small and large institutions as well as high net worth individuals.
Schroders has an experienced team who specialise in tailoring portfolios for clients with specific objectives that cannot be satisfied fully with traditional investments.
We are in the unique position of being able to offer structuring services as a fund manager rather than as a principal.
Our approach recognises that individual pension funds have unique requirements but these can be grouped according to three key themes:
Our key strengths are:
We would be delighted to discuss how we can tailor our services to provide a solution suited to your needs.
This website is for professional investors and their advisers, trustees of pension schemes and consultants in the UK only and should not be relied upon by retail clients. Retail clients should refer to the UK Investor Centre. Reliance should not be placed on the views and information on the site when taking investment and/or strategic decisions.
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