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Insurance companies face many investment challenges and at Schroders we aim to bridge the gap between intelligent ideas and regulatory reality.

As an independent asset manager, our clients’ needs come first. We manage and administer £418.2bn (€476.3bn)* across all major asset classes, of which £67.3bn (€76.6bn)* is managed on behalf of insurance clients worldwide.

*at 30 June 2017

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A unified framework for managing and servicing client portfolios.

Our insurance clients benefit from the expertise of our dedicated insurance team, who coordinate Schroders’ extensive investment and risk management resources to design, deliver and support Solvency II capital efficient investment strategies.

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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

15AUG 2018

The Elon Musk dilemma – AKA the stockmarket cost/benefit trade-off

Markets

15AUG 2018

The Elon Musk dilemma – AKA the stockmarket cost/benefit trade-off

Elon Musk, CEO of electric carmaker Tesla, has suggested he will take the company private. We look at the benefits and costs of a stockmarket listing.

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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…

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.