Funds in focus
Schroders’ funds in focus highlights key funds that aim to take advantage of current market opportunities to maximise returns.
Each of the strategies we offer has distinct characteristics allowing investors access to European equities in a number of styles.
Schroders’ investment trusts provide investors with access to a range of nine distinctive investment opportunities including: UK and Japanese equities, Pan-Asian equities and commercial property.
The Schroder Multi-Manager Diversity Range is made up of six funds, each specifically designed to achieve the right balance of potential returns and risk exposure through investing globally in equity, fixed income and hedge funds. Our dedicated team of specialists research an investment universe of over 5,000 funds to select the best combination to fit their view of global markets.
Value investing is the art of buying stocks which trade at a significant discount to their intrinsic value. Value investors achieve this by looking for companies on cheap valuation metrics, typically low multiples of their profits or assets, for reasons which are not justified over the longer term.
Schroders’ Maximiser strategy focuses on delivering a sustainable high level of income from a stock-market based investment. Employing the skills of Schroders’ highly experienced Structured Investment Team and specialist equity investment teams, the Maximiser strategy has stood the test of time, delivering attractive income returns through different market environments since 2005.
Schroder Multi-Asset Total Return Fund invests in a broad range of asset types, which can help to generate positive returns or reduce risk at different times.These include assets that are familiar to most, such as equities and bonds, along with assets in more specialist investment areas such as currencies and commodities.
Schroder Global Cities Real Estate invests in property companies that are listed on recognised exchanges around the world. This means the underlying properties are securitised, so clients have a partial stake in the underlying assets rather than having to own direct.