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Schroders Charities has been managing assets for charity clients for over 75 years and our first client from the sector remains a client today. Schroders is a stable organisation, entrusted with the assets of over 300 charities, foundations and endowments spanning a broad range of types and charitable purposes.

Our specialist team of 12 have combined investment experience of over 100 years and are committed to delivering the best investment returns and service to our charity client base.

It starts with you

Whatever your size as an organisation, our first step always begins with understanding your individual requirements. It is this that allows us to design a unique investment solution.

Schroders' reputation is built on our determination to meet the goals and objectives of each and every client. In seeking to develop long-term professional relationships, every decision from administration to investment is based on the individual needs of our clients.

Solutions to meet your needs

By drawing together the skills, knowledge and experience of the entire charities team we have not only created a highly focused and professional unit but have also gained recognition throughout the industry.

For charities we have our three in-house common investment funds
• Charity Multi-Asset Fund
• Charity Equity Fund
• Charity Fixed Interest Fund

These funds are specifically designed for charities and provide cost-effective access to high quality diversified portfolios, ideal vehicles to benefit from our professional fund management expertise.

We also offer bespoke, multi-asset solutions or a comprehensive range of specialist strategies, which can complement existing portfolios including a competitive cash management service.

For more information on Schroder's charities capabilities


T: 020 7658 3104

E: Giles Neville
    Nick Orr
    Kate Rogers

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