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At Schroders, asset management is our business and our goals are completely aligned with those of our clients - the creation of long-term value.

We have responsibility for £430.3 billion (€493.9 billion/US$577.3 billion) on behalf of institutional and retail investors, financial institutions and high net worth clients from around the world, invested in a broad range of asset classes across equities, fixed income, multi-asset and alternatives.

We employ over 4,100 talented people worldwide operating from 41 offices in 27 different countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Middle East, close to the markets in which we invest and close to our clients.

Schroders has developed under stable ownership for over 200 years and long-term thinking governs our approach to investing, building client relationships and growing our business.

Source: Schroders, all data as at 30 June 2017.

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What has driven stockmarket returns and what will drive them in future?

February 2018 - Duncan Lamont, head of research and analytics at Schroders looks back over the past three years, at the worlds emerging market equities.


How I scored in the investIQ test – and what I learned

January 2018 - Fund manager and value blogger Nick Kirrage reveals his results in an investment IQ test designed to help investors understand their biases.


Why consider investing in Asia now? Seven charts that tell the story

December 2017 - Asian stockmarkets have continued to climb higher. Despite the gains, there are many reasons to be positive. Matthew Dobbs highlights the most relevant charts.

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