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Schroder US Mid Cap

Elite Rated by FundCalibre

Run out of New York by Jenny Jones and her team of analysts, the fund has a focus on small and medium-sized companies and aims to beat its index by 2-3% per annum. The investment process is underpinned by in-depth company analysis, which has led to superior stock selection.

Company Description

Founded in London in 1804, today Schroders operates in more than 25 countries, employing more than 3,500 people, close to the markets in which they invest. With more than 35 offices worldwide, Schroders is listed on the London Stock Exchange and invests in a range of asset classes including equity, fixed income, multi-asset and alternatives. The group was awarded the Elite Equities Provider Rating in 2017.


Fund Manager

Jenny Jones has run the fund since 2005. She started her investment career in 1980 and has had a number of investment roles at various firms. She is based in New York and supported by a well-resourced and experienced team of analysts.


We look at businesses from the ground up. Our US-based research team seek to uncover value opportunities where others might not.

Jenny Jones - Fund Manager

The Investment Process

Stock selection is driven by fundamental analysis by Jenny and her team of sector specialists. To help manage risk, stock ideas fall into three different buckets. ‘Steady eddies’ or less cyclically-sensitive stocks act as ballast in the portfolio. ‘Mispriced growth’ are stocks where Jenny feels the market has not fully understood the company’s earnings potential. The last, and smallest bucket, is recovery type situations. A strict sell discipline is in place, with the setting of price targets.


Smaller and medium-sized companies can be less liquid than investments in larger companies. However, the manager is cognisant of this fact and usually invests around 5-10% in assets that she can trade more quickly. As a result, the fund is typically less volatile than its index.

Our Opinion

It’s the managers stock-picking prowess, as opposed to sector allocation, that has formed the foundation of this fund’s success. The fund is set up quite cautiously with Jenny’s three-bucket approach, and consequently holds up well in tough markets.

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