The UK’s vote to leave the EU led to sharp falls across European markets and further volatility should be expected over the weeks and months ahead, given the more uncertain backdrop.
Please join James Sym, European Equities Fund Manager, to hear his considered assessment of how the referendum result is likely to impact markets going forward and where the most rewarding investment opportunities will be found.
The Schroder UK Mid Cap Fund plc seeks total return in the dynamic mid cap markets in excess of the FTSE 250 (ex-Investment Companies) Index.
The uncertainty in the market, ranging from Brexit to a possible US interest rate rise, brings to light the question of how this will affect UK mid-cap stocks. Join Andy Brough, who took over as lead fund manager after the departure of Rosemary Banyard, as he provides an update on the trust, changes he has made, as well as an outlook for the market.
Special guest host joined on the panel by Schroders’ Group Chief Executive Officer, Economist, UK and European Fund Managers.
Join us for an exclusive episode of Schroders Live to discuss the outcome on the EU Referendum and the potential implications on the UK and European Markets.
We will have a special guest host joined on the panel by Schroders’ European Economist, UK and European Fund Managers.
The Company’s principal investment objective is to achieve capital growth from an actively managed portfolio principally comprising securities listed on the Japanese stock markets, with the aim of achieving growth in excess of the TSE First Section Total Return Index over the longer term.
Headwinds such as negative interest rate and the perceived failure of Abenomics have undermined investor confidence in Japan, stealing attention from robust fundamentals and an untapped growth story. Join Andrew Rose, Fund Manager, as he gives an update on the trust and explains why there are reasons to be more optimistic about the country.
Is the commodity bear market over? Is this the best time to focus on this unloved asset class? Join Matthew Michael, Product Director, as he discusses why to invest in commodities, if the down cycle is over and how the USD weighs in on this..
Jessica Ground, Global Head of Stewardship, Schroders, and Rochester Cahan, CFA, Empirical Research Partners LLC
The conversation about ESG investing is gaining traction across markets. Clients no longer ask 'do you have an ESG strategy?' but rather 'do ESG high scores result in outperformance?' Collaborating with Empirical Research Partners, this webinar will showcase their findings on ESG, what factors show the strongest correlation and how they think asset owners and fund managers should be taking this forward.
Jessica Ground, Global Head of Stewardship, Schroders will be joined by Rochester ‘Rocky’ Cahan, CFA, the U.S. Portfolio Strategist at Empirical Research Partners LLC. Mr Cahan joined the firm in 2013 to focus on a broad spectrum of research topics ranging from bottom-up stock-selection to top-down macroeconomic analysis. In addition to his highly regarded practitioner research, Mr. Cahan has published a number of academic articles in top journals including The Journal of Empirical Finance, The Journal of Banking and Finance, and The Journal of Portfolio Management. Mr. Cahan received a double degree in Mathematical Physics and Finance from Massey University in New Zealand in 2003, and is also a CFA charterholder.
The Schroder European Fund is an all weather fund with a flexible pragmatic approach investing in continental Europe.
With value stocks picking up, lower oil prices and the uncertainty of the upcoming Brexit referendum, join Martin Skanberg, Fund Manager, as he discusses the next phase for Europe and how he identifies mispriced opportunities.
Both the Schroder UK Opportunities Fund and the Schroder UK Alpha Income Fund follow an investment approach based around the business cycle, where the managers attempt to identify turning points in the cycle and then focus on the types of companies they believe will benefit from it.
Join Fund Manager Matt Hudson where he will discuss how the UK economy is going through an “economic slowdown, not a showdown” and the opportunities he is currently finding within the markets.
James Barrineau, Co-Head of Emerging Markets Debt, Schroders
After a very challenging 2015, emerging market debt has produced a strong, broad-based move forward thus far in 2016. Through the month of April, components of the asset class are up anywhere from 5% to 11%. An obvious question on the minds of all professional investors: Can this trend last? Please join Jim Barrineau, Co-Head of Emerging Market Debt Relative at Schroders, in a wide-ranging discussion on the current status of this asset class. Jim will cover the factors that have propelled the market so far in 2016, the anticipated drivers going forward, and the potential tail risks to the asset class.
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.