Insurance Asset Management

Dedicated and focused solutions

Insurance companies face many investment challenges and at Schroders we aim to bridge the gap between intelligent ideas and regulatory reality.

As an independent asset manager, our clients’ needs come first. We manage £416.3bn (€486.7bn)* across all major asset classes, of which £73.4bn (€85.9bn)* is managed on behalf of insurance clients worldwide.

*at 31 March 2017

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Insurance Expertise

A unified framework for managing and servicing client portfolios.

Our insurance clients benefit from the expertise of our dedicated insurance team, who coordinate Schroders’ extensive investment and risk management resources to design, deliver and support Solvency II capital efficient investment strategies.

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Markets

19SEP 2017

Why Paris is on the up: tourism, transport and Brexit

Markets

19SEP 2017

Why Paris is on the up: tourism, transport and Brexit

Paris is ranked 16th in Schroders' Global Cities index, but with tourism recovering after terror attacks and transport links improving it should be a…

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Economics

18SEP 2017

Emerging markets, inflation and political risk – a summary of the world economy

Economics

18SEP 2017

Emerging markets, inflation and political risk – a summary of the world economy

This month we focus on the factors keeping global economic activity strong, why the outlook for emerging markets is bright except in India and the ri…

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Markets

14SEP 2017

Do rising rates reduce returns on income assets?

Our research, which looks at episodes of rising rates since 1970, suggests income-producing assets don’t perform as investors might expect.

Markets

14SEP 2017

Gold is under-owned by investors… for now

There could be a great rebalancing from passive ETFs and other traditional investments back towards gold, which would boost demand for gold and gold-…