Share Class
ISIN: LU1900986727
Currency: EUR

up 0.0504 (0.06%)

Schroder ISF Global Target Return EUR Hedged

Investment objective

The fund aims to provide capital growth and income of USD 3 month LIBOR +5% per annum (gross of fees) over rolling three year periods by investing in a broad range of asset classes worldwide. There is no guarantee that the objective will be attained and your capital is at risk.

Investment Policy

The fund invests in equities, bonds issued by governments, government agencies, supra-nationals and companies, mortgage-backed and asset-backed securities and convertible bonds. The fund also invests in currencies and alternative asset classes such as real estate, infrastructure and commodity related transferable securities. The fund may invest in the above asset classes directly or indirectly through open-ended investment funds and derivatives.
The fund may hold up to 40% of its assets in open-ended investment funds. However as the fund grows the manager expects the fund to hold less than 10% in open-ended investment funds. The fund may invest in bonds that have a below investment grade credit rating (as measured by Standard & Poor's or any equivalent grade of other credit rating agencies).
The fund may use derivatives with the aim of achieving investment gains, reducing risk or managing the fund more efficiently. The fund may also hold cash.

Distribution Policy

This share class accumulates income received from the fund's investments, meaning it is kept in the fund and its value is reflected in the price of the share class.


Asset ClassMulti-Asset
Share ClassA
Distribution TypeAcc
Share Class CurrencyEUR
Fund Manager(s)Simon Doyle
Fund Launch Date07/12/2016
Share Class Launch Date14/11/2018
BenchmarkEUR LIBOR 3 Months
Investment SchemeSICAV
Fund Range NameSchroder ISF


Entry Charge14.00 %
Distribution Fee0.00 %

1 Up to 4% of the total subscription amount (equivalent to 4.16667% of Nav)

Fund Codes



Pricing FrequencyDaily
Fiscal Year End31 Dec

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results, prices of shares and the income from them may fall as well as rise and investors may not get the amount originally invested.