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Singapore, Asia Pacific
London, England, United Kingdom
The impact we have on society and the environment is at the centre of our approach to corporate responsibility. We focus on driving progress and improving futures by acting in the most responsible way possible towards society and the environment at all times.
Since 2020, Schroders has been committed to the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative.
The UN Global Compact asks companies to align their operations and strategies to ten universally accepted principles. These principles represent the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which were set up to end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and protect our planet.
The Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact relate to four key areas which we have aligned our corporate responsibility strategies and operations to. In addition to anti-corruption and human rights, our aim is to help end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and protect our planet.
We endeavour to improve the futures of those around us – whether it’s embracing our own people, or creating a lasting positive impact in our society.
Minimising our environmental impact by committing to objectives and targets such as reducing our global carbon footprint.
Schroders is strongly opposed to slavery and human trafficking. We will not knowingly support or conduct business with any organisation involved in such activities.
Schroders is fully committed to preventing financial crime, as well as promoting companies that prioritise good ESG practices.
As a global investment manager, we have an important part to play in shaping the future for all our stakeholders. We are committed to delivering sustainable value for our clients, and our focus on doing the right thing for them, our people, and wider society is at the heart of our culture.
We recognise the need for consistent and reliable sustainability reporting, and are committed to delivering transparency on this, both in our own operations and for the companies that we invest in on behalf of our clients. We are members of both the SASB Alliance and Standards Advisory Group, and intend to align our reporting with the SASB Standards from 2021.
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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Schroder Investment Management (Europe) S.A. is the management company ("Management Company") of Schroder International Selection Fund ("Schroder ISF"), Schroder GAIA, Schroder Special Situations Fund ("Schroder SSF") and Schroder GAIA II (each a "Company" and jointly the "Companies").
The Companies are open investment companies with an umbrella structure established as "Société Anonyme" under the laws of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and having the status of an investment company with variable capital (Société d'Investissement à Capital Variable, SICAV). Schroder ISF, Schroder GAIA and Schroder SSF have the status of an SICAV pursuant to Part I of the Law on Organisms for Joint Investments passed on 17 December 2010. Schroder AS and Schroder GAIA II are subject to the provisions of Part II of the Law on Organisms for Joint Investments passed on 17 December 2010. The Companies operate sub-funds which have a specific portfolio of assets and liabilities within the company and which own net assets (the "Funds"). The Management Company is subject to the rules of Directive 2010/43/EU on management companies as implemented in Luxembourg Law.
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