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Schroders annual Institutional Investor Study analyses the investment perspectives of 770 global institutional investors on the investment landscape, sustainability and private assets.
The respondents represent a spectrum of institutions, including corporate and public pension plans, insurance companies, official institutions, endowments and foundations, collectively responsible for US$27.5 trillion in assets. The research was carried out via an extensive global survey during March 2022.
Please note that only the following funds are authorised for distribution in Malta. All other funds mentioned are for information purposes only.
Schroder International Selection Fund is referred to as Schroder ISF throughout this website.
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