About Us

$89.1 billion managed for insurance companies worldwide

Schroders has been managing assets for insurance clients since 1972 and now has $89.1 billion of external insurance client assets under management.

The group offers investment strategies, risk and capital management expertise, dedicated actuarial services, reporting and servicing, all tailored to meet insurers’ unique needs.

Introduction

Our approach

Schroders' approach to the insurance sector has been built around the need to develop a clearly defined strategy to help Finance Directors, Chief Investment Officers, Treasurers and other key decision makers optimize their investment outcomes.

Process Overview

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Fixed Income

17FEB 2017

Take the Bank of England’s upgraded UK growth forecast with a pinch of salt

Fixed Income

17FEB 2017

Take the Bank of England’s upgraded UK growth forecast with a pinch of salt

Can ultra-low UK savings rates boost the UK economy?

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17FEB 2017

Could sugar be the next big issue for investors?

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17FEB 2017

Could sugar be the next big issue for investors?

In this video Schroders' ESG analyst Elly Irving looks at sugar as an investment issue and whether it will be the catalyst to turn big food into the …

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Economic Views

17FEB 2017

The story of the global economy in February 2017

In this month's economic infographic we illustrate the threat to global growth posed by rising inflation and Trump's "America first" policies, as wel…

Multi-Asset

15FEB 2017

Trump and the global economy: the good, the bad and the ugly

If President Trump succeeds in eliminating the US trade deficit it would be positive for US growth, but could have concerning consequences for the gl…

Investment Outlooks 2017

Schroders Investment Outlooks 2017 brings together the views of Schroders’ global experts as they share their thoughts on the coming 12 months.

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Thought Leadership

Global convertible bond strategies: a two point conversion

The case for convertible bonds as an asset for insurance companies.

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