Schroders' Maximiser fund range

A tested stockmarket based investment strategy targeting a 5 or 7%* annual yield

Schroders’ Maximiser strategy focuses on delivering a sustainable high level of income from a stock-market based investment.

Employing the skills of Schroders’ highly experienced Structured Investment Team and specialist equity investment teams, the Maximiser strategy has stood the test of time.

*The target yield quoted is an estimate and is not guaranteed. It is the sum of the four quarterly distributions that comprise the fund year, each calculated by dividing the quarterly distribution amount by the unit price at the start of that quarter. The Manager will notify registered unitholders if the target yield changes.

Could Maximiser meet your clients’ investment needs?

Find out more about the Maximiser strategy:

  • How the strategy works
  • How it differs from other stock-market based income investment strategies
  • What the risks are

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Investing in a Maximiser fund

These statements are designed to help determine whether a Maximiser fund might be suitable for an investor. If an investor disagrees with any statement, the fund will not meet their needs.

  • I accept that income payments will reduce capital growth when the primary objective is high income
  • I’m comfortable with the risks associated with investing in equities
  • I’m prepared to take some risk with my capital in order to generate income and am not looking for a low risk fund
  • I’m comfortable with the use of derivative contracts, which derive their value from stocks, to enhance income
  • I expect to invest for the long term (five years or more).

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*Please note that Schroders is not authorised to give you advice on your investment.

Please note, past performance is not a guide to future performance and may not be repeated. The value of investments and the income from them may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount originally invested