Rosemary Banyard, Fund Manager, will provide an update on the fund and an outlook of the market.
The Company's investment objective is to invest in Mid Cap Equities with the aim of providing a total return in excess of the FTSE Mid 250 (ex-Investment Companies) Index. The strategy is to invest principally in the investment universe associated with the benchmark index, but with an element of leeway in investment remit to allow for a conviction-driven approach and an emphasis on specific companies and targeted themes.
Join Peter Harrison, Keith Wade and host, James Cardew, on Tuesday 13 October 2015 for ‘Schroders Live’. The debate will shine a spotlight on key macro-economic and topical issues.
Presenters: Peter Harrison, Head of Investment, Keith Wade, Schroders Chief Economist & Host James Cardew, Schroders Global Head of Marketing
Matt Hudson, Head of the Business Cycle Equity team, will give an update on the fund.
The fund aims to deliver consistent outperformance through the cycle by avoiding a permanent style bias or market-capitalisation bias. In essence, Matt and the team assess where we are in the business cycle and, importantly, what that means for the earnings prospects of individual companies. The process of doing this determines the composition of the portfolio.
Ian Kelly and Jamie Lowry, co-managers of the Schroder Global Equity Income Fund, will discuss the value-based total return approach used to manage their portfolio. They will outline their view of the danger of chasing yield for the sake of yield in the equity market and why they focus more on the overall valuation case of businesses rather than headline dividend yield numbers. Ian and Jamie will also share the team’s views on where they are currently finding interesting new ideas, and explain the rationale for significant deviation of the positioning of the fund versus the broad market index.
Allan Conway, James Barrineau, Guillermo Besaccia, Craig Botham, Schroders
Join us for a discussion of recent market movements, the potential impact of a US rate rise and the long-term case for Emerging Markets, as well as the opportunity to put forward any questions.
Our expert Schroders panel will consist of Allan Conway (Head of Emerging Market Equities), James Barrineau (Co-Head of Emerging Markets Debt Relative), Guillermo Bessacia (Emerging Markets Debt Absolute Return Fund Manager), and hosted by Craig Botham (Emerging Markets Economist).
The six funds in the range have been designed with a broad range of investors in mind, aiming to help people with different objectives achieve their goals through a single balanced investment. Join the team for an update.
The fund invests in a broad range of UK equities, selecting from the full spectrum of large, medium-sized and smaller companies.
Alex Breese, Citywire AA-rated fund manager, will provide an update on the fund.
Our webconference focuses on the challenges facing investors seeking income in today's low growth, low yield environment, where traditional sources of income can no longer fulfil demands, and clients are potentially pushed up the risk spectrum. Iain Cunningham, Multi-Asset Fund Manager, offers an approach to meeting these income demands while managing risk.
Rory Bateman, Matthew Dobbs, Gareth Isaac, Johanna Kyrklund
Following recent market events, we are pleased to invite you to join our live panel discussion, focusing on China’s recent economic shock and its impact on the global macro-economic environment.
Hosted by Wolfgang Munchau, FT Associate Editor, our panel of Schroders’ senior investors will be providing their latest insights on capital markets and broader implications for investment portfolios.
Rory Bateman, Head of European Equities
Matthew Dobbs, Fund Manager – Asian Equities & Head of Global Small Cap
Gareth Isaac, Fund Manager - Fixed Income
Johanna Kyrklund, Head of Multi-Asset Investments
The fund’s objective is to provide investors with a high level of monthly income from a diversified portfolio of debt securities. The full spectrum of available securities, including unrated issues and those of non-investment grade, are utilised.
Join Michael Scott, who took over as fund manager in July 2012, for an update. Since then the fund has delivered consistent monthly distributions and has maintained a well-diversified portfolio across the high yield credit universe.
With market volatility shaking investors across the globe we asked Allan Conway, Head of Emerging Market Equities, to take a short break from the desk to give an update on what this means for the longer-term outlook
AEI Resident Scholar Derek Scissors argues that the most likely economic outcome for China is stagnation, and the process has already begun. High debt, an aging population, and natural resource constraints can be overcome, but only with powerful pro-market reforms that are not yet in place. Nonetheless, China’s size and even some of its problems offer some very appealing opportunities
In the first part of a debate on whether we are on the verge of a deep depression akin to that which hit in 1929, Emerging Market Economist, Craig Botham, explores those factors that can prompt a second Great Depression.
Schroder webcasts will be hosted by the fund managers. They aim to give you an in-depth, up to date view of our funds. You will have the opportunity to question fund managers on their holding, investment process and strategy going forward.