David Brett

Investment Writer

Fund Manager, Schroders

Highlight

Global Investor Study

03DEC 2018

Investors forecast returns of 9.9% – millennials expect more

A major global study found investors expect their portfolios to return nearly 10% annually over the next five years.

[( lbl-play-video) was not found]

Global Investor Study

03DEC 2018

[(lbl-play-video) default value]

2018

SEPTEMBER

17SEP 2018

Global Investor Study

US investors trump Europeans in sustainability league table

A global study spanning sustainable consumer habits and investing actions ranks Indonesia top with the US the only developed market to feature in the top 10.

17SEP 2018

Global Investor Study

Sustainable investing is about making bigger profits, say the majority of investors

A global study spanning sustainable consumer habits and investing actions found the majority of investors believe that sustainable investing can help them achieve better returns.

2017

DECEMBER

04DEC 2017

Global Investor Study

Investors save 11% of their salary for retirement - is it enough?

The Schroders Global Investor Study finds that even established investors are not putting away enough for retirement. Europeans are saving the least.

NOVEMBER

30NOV 2017

Global Investor Study

Are millennials on target to retire at age 58?

Young investors are saving 11.2% of their salary for retirement, only slightly less than the average for all generations, find the Schroders Global Investor Study

01NOV 2017

Global Investor Study

Investors expect returns of 10.2% with millennials hoping for more

Investors expect annual returns of more than 10% over the next five years, with millennials looking for nearly 12%.

01NOV 2017

Global Investor Study

Investing is prioritised over property and savings

Investors prioritise investing over saving, spending or paying down debts, a major new study has found.

SEPTEMBER

28SEP 2017

Global Investor Study

US outranks Europe in Schroders sustainability league table

A global study spanning sustainable consumer habits and investing actions ranks Indonesia top, followed by India and the US.