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Schroder ISF EURO Corporate Bond

Managed by

Patrick Vogel

Patrick Vogel is head of European credit at Schroders Investment Management. He joined the firm in 2012 and previously, he was head of European credit portfolio management at Legal & General Investment Management from 2007. Patrick graduated from the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat Frankfurt am Main with a Dipl-Kfm in Business Administration.

Objective

To provide a return of capital growth and income primarily through investment in a portfolio of bonds and other fixed and floating rate securities denominated in Euro issued by governments, government agencies, supra-national and corporate issuers. A maximum of 20% of the net assets of the Fund will be held in securities issued by governments.

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Registered For Sale In

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium
  3. Bulgaria
  4. Denmark
  5. Finland
  6. France
  7. Germany
  8. Gibraltar
  9. Greece
  10. Hong Kong
  11. Iceland
  12. Italy
  13. Korea
  14. Liechtenstein
  15. Luxembourg
  16. Macau
  17. Malta
  18. Netherlands
  19. Norway
  20. Poland
  21. Portugal
  22. Singapore
  23. Spain
  24. Sweden
  25. Switzerland
  26. Taiwan
  27. United Kingdom

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