Actively looking after your money is our primary aim. It’s a major force behind your policy, providing the benefits you expect by making your money work hard for you.


Our fund manager, Schroders Investment Management, invests your money on our behalf. They are a world-class asset manager operating from 32 locations across Europe, the Americas, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Your money is invested in your chosen fund once we’ve deducted the charges from your premiums. The make-up of each fund is guided by its aims and decided by expert fund managers. Your latest Annual Statement shows your policy’s investment fund.

A successful and world-renowned fund manager

Schroders pride themselves on being a ‘global business, managed locally’. They view the investment needs of their clients through a local lens. We believe our customers benefit from their investment expertise as we aim to provide you with sustainable growth through both the good times and periods of uncertainty.

Why responsible investing is leading the way

Looking after your money means investing for the long term. Investing involves more than making money. Today many fund managers, including Schroders, are looking beyond the profitability of the companies that make up their investment fund.
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Understanding how your money is invested

Annual Statement

If you’re not sure of the charges, the name or details of the fund your policy invests in, or what type of policy you have, please see your latest Annual Statement.

Your Annual Statement explained

Guides are available too should you need help with understanding the information shown on your statement.

Latest fund prices

Details of most of our funds are in the online Fund Centre, along with the latest fund prices. If you need help with finding your way around the Fund Centre, you may find our introductory video and online guide helpful.


Please remember that past performance is not a guide to future performance. The value of your investment may go down as well as up, so you may not get back the amount invested.