Johanna Kyrklund, CFA, Head of Multi-Asset Investments, Schroders
For investors seeking growth across market environments, taking an innovative and flexible approach is absolutely crucial. In our view being adaptive is necessary to produce better and more consistent outcomes.
Please join us for a special session with Johanna Kyrklund, CFA, Head of Schroders Multi-Asset Investments, as she shares her thoughts on the evolving nature of managing diversified growth strategies and how she builds portfolios to adapt to the ever-changing market environment. The discussion will highlight the importance of going beyond the theoretical and applying a truly innovative and practical approach to asset allocation. Johanna will also answer questions from participants who wish to hear the team’s views on accessing better beta exposures, dynamic asset allocation and risk management.
Please join John Warren, who manages the UK Dynamic Long Short funds alongside Paul Marriage, to hear him discuss their long-short investment strategy, which has a bias towards Small and Mid Cap UK equities.
Schroders are seeking to launch a new investment trust investing in commercial real estate in continental Europe. The fund will invest in properties in the growth cities of Western Europe and will target a dividend yield of 5.5% as well as capital growth over time. The fund will be a London listed Investment Trust with a maximum LTV of 35%.
The investment trust seeks to provide a high rate of total return through investment in equities and equity related securities of companies trading in the Asia Pacific region (excluding Japan).
Schroders have managed the Company's assets since March 2013
Rosemary Banyard and Andy Brough, co-managers of the trust, will provide an update on performance and positioning, as well as their outlook for 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
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.