Schroders’ annual Institutional Investor Study analyses the investment perspectives of 750 institutional investors, collectively responsible for $26.8 trillion in assets and from 26 locations across the world.
Schroders Institutional Investor Study analyses the investment perspectives of 750 global institutional investors on the investment landscape, private assets and sustainability.
The respondents represent a spectrum of institutions, including corporate and public pension plans, insurance companies, official institutions, private banks, endowments and foundations, collectively responsible for $26.8 trillion in assets. The research was carried out via an extensive global survey during February and March 2021.
Our global Study highlights that while return expectations and confidence levels have bounced back in 2021, the pandemic and a global economic slowdown remain the biggest concerns for portfolio performance in the next 12 months.Explore the 2021 results
This year’s Study has highlighted that while Covid-19 has accelerated the importance of sustainability for global institutional investors, sustainability still remains a challenge and measuring and quantifying the impact of investments has become a priority.Explore the 2021 results
90% of institutional investors surveyed in the 2021 Schroders Institutional Investor Study plan to increase their allocation to private assets over the next 12 months, amid a growing focus on diversification and sustainability.Explore the 2021 results
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