We would like to inform you that the name of Schroder Investment Management (Luxembourg) S.A. (“SIM Lux”) changed to Schroder Investment Management (Europe) S.A. (“SIM Europe”) effective 27 June 2018.

This name change recognises the growing importance of Luxembourg as a hub for Schroders continental European business and the new licences we have obtained to continue to market and provide investment strategies developed globally to our EEA clients.

Please note that the legal entity in Luxembourg with which clients, distributors and other third parties have and will continue to contract has not changed and that any contract in place with SIM Lux remains in full force and effect.

If you have any questions on this notification please email simeucsm@schroders.com.

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NAV

153.1416 USD

21/08/2018

up 0.0489

AUM (M) 1346.21

As of: 21/08/2018

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change down 1.31% down 3.41% down 1.86% up 3.08% up 3.61%

NAV

14.7575 USD

21/08/2018

up 0.0229

AUM (M) 320.95

As of: 21/08/2018

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change down 0.13% down 1.75% up 0.17% up 4.96% up 6.86%

NAV

45.4302 EUR

21/08/2018

up 0.2239

AUM (M) 6078.55

As of: 21/08/2018

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change down 3.80% up 0.13% up 4.96% up 22.45% up 59.35%

Markets

17AUG 2018

Cyber-risk: how investors can prepare for the unpredictable

Markets

17AUG 2018

Cyber-risk: how investors can prepare for the unpredictable

Cyber crime continues to create significant costs for companies globally, but understanding the risk means going beyond a formulaic assessment of pol…

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Markets

14AUG 2018

Turkey trouble: what's behind it and what does it mean for EM?

Markets

14AUG 2018

Turkey trouble: what's behind it and what does it mean for EM?

Our economics, equities and debt teams share their views on Turkey, where the lira has fallen sharply and raised concerns about broader market contag…

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Economics

13AUG 2018

Infographic: A view of the global economy in August 2018

In this month's infographic we look at the factors dragging on global growth and how much of a slowdown they might cause.

Economics

10AUG 2018

Japanese growth rebounds in Q2 amid buoyant domestic demand

The robust domestic picture is encouraging given weaker outlook for global trade

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