Corporate Responsibility


Integrity is a core Schroders value and we strive to always uphold the highest ethical standards. As a financial services company that operates only in regulated markets around the world, we are committed to carrying out our business fairly, honestly and openly to protect our reputation and the interests of our clients and other stakeholders.


Our policies explain how we do this.

Anti-bribery and inducements

Our policy highlights the Group’s zero tolerance towards any acts, offers or commitments which might be regarded as bribery and sets out the consequences of breaching the policy for staff and the Group.

Anti-money laundering

Schroders is required by law to adopt effective and adequate procedures to detect and prevent money laundering and terrorist financing in all the jurisdictions in which we operate. The policy applies to all Schroders' businesses, worldwide.

Tax strategy

At Schroders we are committed to conducting our tax affairs in an open and transparent way. This means that we comply with all of our tax filing, tax reporting and tax payment obligations globally. Our tax strategy applies to all Schroders Group companies, Schroders managed funds and to our dealings with our clients.


Schroders' Group whistleblowing policy provides guidance and support to employees wishing to raise concerns about suspected wrongdoing, impropriety or unethical behaviour. It ensures that their concerns and confidentiality are taken seriously, without fear of reprisals or detrimental treatment, even if the employee turns out to be mistaken. 

Our responsibilities are aligned to the UN Global Compact

Important information:
What are the risks? Past performance is not a guide to future performance and may not be repeated. The value of investments and the income from them may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amounts originally invested. Exchange rate changes may cause the value of any overseas investments to rise or fall.
Honesty and integrity are deeply engrained in our culture and it is everyone's responsibility at Schroders to ensure that remains the case.
However, like all organisations, we face the risk of things going wrong or of unknowingly harbouring illegal or unethical behaviour.
If you suspect wrongdoing, impropriety, unethical behaviour or have concerns regarding Schroders business practices, you may raise them confidentially.
All reports are treated in confidence and you can opt to remain completely anonymous. Schroders will receive a non-attributable summary of issues raised to address the concerns appropriately.

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Schroders is a world-class asset manager operating from 37 locations across Europe, the Americas, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

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