A challenging environment for traditional asset classes means less correlated assets - like insurance-linked securities – are in higher demand. How do they work?
The number of loss-making US companies listing on the stock market is close to a record high. We ask two Schroders experts what this means for investors.
Hugo Machin, Fund Manager, Global Cities, explains what makes a successful global city investment and why London is so highly rated.
In the "battle of the bays" featuring locations such as Tokyo, New York and San Francisco, our money is on China's Greater Bay Area becoming the pre-eminent economic region in the world.
We look at the investment case behind retirement living communities in the UK against a backdrop of low yields in global commercial real estate.
While yields have compressed in the wider hotel market, the European owner-operator segment still offers considerable value, not least because of this area’s attractive yield premium.
With yields in global commercial real estate at all time lows, investors are looking for areas that still offer value. We discuss the compelling opportunities in UK social supported housing.
Securitisation can be seen as highly technical, niche and (post-2008) perceived as risky, but its highly diverse range of opportunities can bring significant benefits to a portfolio.