Schroder ISF Dynamic Income

An unconstrained multi-asset fund, aiming to deliver an attractive and resilient income stream in a ‘higher-for-longer’ environment of inflation and interest rates.

Income resilience

Designed for a consistent income stream that is resilient to market conditions.

Forward-looking diversification

Access to a wide range of asset classes, including alternatives*, for a smoother investment journey.

Thematic growth

Exposure to key global growth themes provides investors the opportunities to benefit from both income AND capital growth.

Introducing Schroder ISF Dynamic Income

The fund is designed to deliver an attractive income stream**, whilst achieving better risk-adjusted total return than typical 60% equity/40% fixed income balanced funds.

*Alternatives within the portfolio include emerging market debt, securitised credit, insurance linked securities and convertibles.

**The current distribution policy of Schroder ISF Dynamic Income is to declare distributions of up to 7% p.a. of the net asset value per share on a monthly basis to shareholders of the following classes – USD A Distribution, HKD A Distribution, SGD Hedged A Distribution, AUD Hedged A Distribution, CNH Hedged A Distribution and GBP Hedged A Distribution. For distribution classes, the distribution rate is not guaranteed. Distribution yield is not indicative of the fund's return. In respect of a distribution class with fixed dividends, dividends may be paid out of capital if investment income is less than the fixed dividend amount. Where dividends are paid out of capital, this will reduce the net asset value of the distribution class. The directors or their authorised delegate will periodically review fixed distribution share classes and reserve the right to make changes, for example if investment income after expenses is higher than the target fixed distribution the directors or their authorised delegate may declare the higher amount to be distributed. Equally the directors or their authorised delegate may deem it is appropriate to declare a dividend lower than the target fixed distribution. 

How does it work?

Learn more about the fund and its potential benefits in our fund brochure

Why Schroders for Multi-Asset?

Our Multi-Asset Investment department is one of the best resourced in the industry with over 140 professionals*, dedicated to working closely with our clients to provide portfolios that are structured in line with their long-term performance objectives. 

Our Multi-Asset Income team sits within the wider Multi-Asset department and benefits from its extensive capabilities. Headed by Remi Olu-Pitan and Dorian Carrell, the team is supported by portfolio managers and analysts that are dedicated to managing income strategies. Sharing a reporting line with Fixed Income to the Group CIO, the Multi-Asset Income team also draw on the expertise of over 600 asset class specialists across equities, fixed income and alternatives**. The team also work closely with the Sustainable Investment team of over 50 dedicated ESG professionals. 


*Source: Schroders, as at September 2023.
**Source: Schroders, as at June 2023.

Fund managers

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Remi Olu-Pitan, CFA

Head of Multi-Asset Growth and Income

Dorian Carrell

Multi-Asset Fund Manager

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SISF Dynamic Income - Monthly Video (June 2024 - APAC)

SISF Dynamic Income - Fund Update (June 2024)

In this video, Dorian Carrell, our Head of Multi-Asset Income, shares his latest views on dynamic income.

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