The Schroder Global Recovery Fund focusses on a true deep-value strategy. This means we invest in undervalued, unloved companies we expect to bounce back. The lower price paid for the shares means if a company does recover the returns can be signifi cant.
Our main competitors invest in a core or core-growth
style. A growth style invests in companies that are expected to grow faster than the average and as a result trade at a higher than average price relative to their current earnings.
A core style invests in a broad range of companies, closely refl ecting the make-up of the market as a whole.
Co-Head of Global Value Team
Co-head of Global Value Team
Equity Value Fund Manager
The fund aims to provide capital growth by investing in equities of companies worldwide that have suffered a severe set back in either share price or profitability.
The fund invests at least two-thirds of its assets in equities of companies worldwide. The fund applies a disciplined value investment approach, seeking to invest in a select portfolio of securities that are significantly undervalued relative to their long-term earnings potential.
Recovery investments can be out of favour for many reasons, including weak short-term profitability, macro-economic concerns or an under strength balance sheet. These factors can significantly reduce the attractiveness of companies to short term investors and induce discounts to fair value. Our recovery investment approach seeks to exploit this in a diversified manner. The fund is managed with reference to material environmental, social and governance factors.
This means issues such as climate change, environmental performance, labour standards or board composition that could impact a company's value may be considered in the assessment of companies. The fund may invest directly in China B-Shares and China H-Shares and may invest up to 10% of its assets in China A-Shares through Shanghai/Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect. 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.
*Schroder International Selection Fund will be referred to as Schroder ISF throughout this website
Collective investment schemes are generally medium to long-term investments.
The value of participatory interests or the investment may go down as well as up.
Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance.
Collective investment schemes are traded at ruling prices and can engage in borrowing and scrip lending.
A schedule of fees and charges and maximum commissions is available on request from the manager
The manager does not provide any guarantee either with respect to the capital or the return of a portfolio
The performance is calculated for the portfolio. The individual investor performance may differ as a result of initial fees, the actual investment date, the date of reinvestment and dividend withholding tax. All fund performance data are on a NAV to NAV basis, net income reinvested and net of ongoing charges and transaction costs. Data is not available for the time periods with no % growth stated. In case a share class is created after the fund's launch date, a simulated past performance is used, based upon the performance of an existing share class within the fund, taking into account the difference in the ongoing charges and the portfolio transaction costs, and including the impact of any performance fees if applicable.
Annualised return is the weighted average compound growth rate over the period measured.