Schroders’ Assessment of Value Reports

Fund managers, such as Schroders, are now required by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to complete an Assessment of Value Report annually for each UK-domiciled retail and institutional investment fund that they manage.

The report gives investors detailed information on a range of areas. This can help you to assess the value that an investment fund provides and to decide whether it remains suitable for your needs.

At Schroders, our approach is to split our funds into two reports every year. We publish one report for our Core Asset Management funds in April and one for our Wealth Management funds in October.

We have now published our third such Assessment of Value report for our Core asset management funds, aimed at individuals who invest in our UK domiciled fund , or their advisers. This year’s report covers 86 funds and uses data as at 31 December 2021. The previous year’s full report can still be accessed below.

In October 2022, we will also publish our third Assessment of Value report for individuals who invest in our UK-domiciled Wealth Management funds.

Assessment of Value Reports SUTL Retail and Institutional investment funds
(Published April annually)
SUTL Wealth Management investment funds
(Published October annually)
2021   *  
*Note, this report was amended in May 2021 to correct the quality of service outcome in the individual reports of 9 of the 10 funds referred to in the quality of service part of the ‘Seven areas’ section of this report.


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Individual Assessment of Value Reports 31 December 2021

Schroder UK Real Estate Fund
Schroder UK Real Estate Fund Feeder Trust


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