Share Class
ISIN: LU0177592218
Currency: EUR

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Schroder ISF Emerging Markets Debt Absolute Return EUR Hedged

Investment objective

The fund aims to provide capital growth and income by investing in bonds and other fixed and floating rate securities issued by governments, government agencies, supra-national and corporate issuers in emerging markets.
Absolute return means the fund seeks to provide a positive return over a 12 month period in all market conditions, but this cannot be guaranteed and your capital is at risk.

Investment Policy

The fund invests at least two-thirds of its assets in bonds and currencies in emerging markets as well as holding cash. The bonds will be issued by governments, government agencies and companies. In aiming to deliver an absolute return, a substantial part of the fund may be held in cash which may include short term developed market government bonds.
Based on our in-depth country analysis, we actively allocate to selected countries within our broad investment universe and across a range of government bonds, corporate bonds and currencies that the manager believes will offer the best risk-adjusted returns.
The fund may use derivatives with the aim of achieving investment gains, reducing risk or managing the fund more efficiently. The fund may also hold cash.

Distribution Policy

This share class accumulates income received from the fund's investments, meaning it is kept in the fund and its value is reflected in the price of the share class.


Asset ClassAlternatives
Share ClassA
Distribution TypeAcc
Share Class CurrencyEUR
Fund Manager(s)Abdallah Guezour
Total Fund Size (millions) 4,224.70
Fund Launch Date29/08/1997
Share Class Launch Date30/09/2003
Investment SchemeSICAV
Fund Range NameSchroder ISF


Entry Charge13.00 %
Distribution Fee0.00 %
Ongoing Charge1.86 %

1 Up to 3.00% of the total subscription amount (equivalent to 3.09278% of Nav)

Fund Codes



Pricing FrequencyDaily
Fiscal Year End31 Dec

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results, prices of shares and the income from them may fall as well as rise and investors may not get the amount originally invested.