Retirement is an increasingly important issue for your clients, as responsibility shifts from governments and companies to individuals. Many people now have no choice but to take more responsibility for their pension. This provides an opportunity for those who want to engage with their investments to reap potential rewards in retirement.
Pension rules and regulations can be complex and hard to navigate. Schroders has a deep understanding of all aspects of the retirement journey and a lengthy history of helping meet the needs of those saving for, or in retirement. We understand the retirement environment for individuals, financial advisers and pension schemes at a global and country level. We use this breadth of experience and insight to inform our funds and investment solutions.
We have always taken a long-term approach to investing, which is consistent with the time horizon of many saving for retirement. Our aim is to deliver strong, sustainable returns over the long term. Many of our clients, both large and small, have been with us for decades and we have helped them through each stage of the process.
We believe in the ability of active management to better meet your clients’ needs. Indexes are not designed to meet real world goals, e.g. an aim with retirement to grow your money in line with inflation while achieving income of 4% a year. This is where active management can help. Using analysis, skill, experience and judgment, active management has the ability to offer a wide range of solutions that are better tailored to reach a specific retirement destination.
Our funds span the full retirement journey – from those providing returns above inflation during the earning and saving phase, to those that can provide an income for life in the later stages of retirement. There is an option to suit a multitude of requirements.
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