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There are three funds in the Schroder Multi-Manager range, each carefully designed for a specific type of investor. Together they provide a powerful toolkit to help you meet the needs of your clients, whatever their individual investment goals and attitudes to risk.
– Schroder Multi-Manager Cautious Managed Fund
– Schroder Multi-Manager Strategic Balanced Fund
– Schroder Multi-Manager High Alpha Fund
Fund manager excellence and true diversification
The Schroder Multi-Manager Funds give access to some of the best fund managers around, all hand-picked and monitored by our dedicated Multi-Manager team. Our objective isn’t just to pick excellent managers. We aim to combine managers intelligently within well-balanced portfolios to produce optimum overall results.
The Schroder Multi-Manager Funds provide very broad diversification, across different types of asset and market. This can be particularly helpful when markets are going through a period of change and some types of investment are not performing well. Your clients can access great investment opportunities in equities, bonds, property and a range of alternative asset classes all in a single fund.
Dedicated experts managing your clients’ investments
The Multi-Manager team is headed by Andrew Yeadon, who has over 20 years’ experience. To help him deliver strong results, there are eight1 further specialists responsible for continually researching fund managers and analysing their performance.
The breadth of expertise and depth of experience within the team allows us to keep constantly up to date with developments, both in the market and at a fund level, and respond to them quickly for the benefit of investors. This is particularly important when markets are volatile.
Responding to your clients’ needs
When considering an investment, most of your clients will have the potential for excellent long-term returns at the top of their wish lists. Many will also seek the reassurance that comes from a well diversified investment. The Schroder Multi-Manager Funds have been designed to deliver exactly this.
In essence, each of the Schroder Multi-Manager Funds can provide your clients with a world of investment excellence in a single fund. It is this kind of advanced thinking, backed by our trusted heritage, that makes Schroders... Schroders.
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1Source: As at 07/07/08.
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For professional advisers only. This material is not suitable for retail clients. 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 amount originally invested. Schroders has expressed its own views and these may change. Where a fund holds investments denominated in currencies other than sterling investors should note that exchange rates may cause the value of these investments, and the income from them, to rise or fall. The funds can use derivatives for investment purposes. These instruments can be more volatile than investment in equities or bonds. The funds are authorised as Non-UCITS Retail Schemes. The investment and borrowing powers of these types of scheme are wider than those for UCITS funds whilst still aiming to provide a prudent spread of risk. The funds invest in unregulated Collective Investment Schemes which can involve a higher degree of risk as they are not regulated by the FSA and may not provide the same level of investor protection as regulated schemes. These schemes may not be readily realisable, and price swings may be more volatile if they are priced less frequently than authorised funds. As a result of the annual management fee for the Schroder Multi-Manager Cautious Managed Fund being charged 50% to capital and 50% to income, the distributable income of the fund may be higher than if taken 100% from income but there is the potential that performance or capital value may be eroded. Issued in September 2008 by Schroder Investments Limited, 31 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7QA. Registered No: 2015527 England. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. T8420
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