Schroders Personal Wealth (ACD) Investment Documentation

Welcome to our fund documentation centre where you’ll find all the key documents associated with your investments. We’ve included a brief description of each of them below to help you find what you need.

Result of Extraordinary General Meeting in relation to SPW Multi-Manager International Equity Fund

Shareholders in the SPW Multi-Manager International Equity Fund (the Fund) approved the Fund’s merger into the SPW Multi-Manager Asia ex Japan & Global Emerging Markets Equity Fund, SPW Multi-Manager North American Equity Fund, SPW Multi-Manager European ex UK Equity Fund and SPW Multi-Manager Japanese Equity Fund (Regional Equity Funds) at a Shareholder meeting held on 28 May 2021.

The Fund merger will be effected on 9 July 2021. Shareholders will be notified of their new shareholdings in the Regional Equity Funds within 14 days of the merger date.

The expected timetable for the merger has been set out below, please note that the “Last day and time by which valid Instructions to sell, buy or switch Shares in the Merging Fund may be received” has changed.

  • Last day and time by which valid Instructions to sell, buy or switch Shares in the Merging Fund may be received - 11.59 a.m. on 6 July 2021

  • End of Accounting Period for the Merging Fund - 12 noon on 9 July 2021

  • Valuation for the purposes of the Scheme and end of accounting period of the Merging Fund for the calculation of final distribution of income in relation to the Merging Fund - 12 noon on 9 July 2021

  • Effective Date and time of Merger - 12:01 p.m. on 9 July 2021

  • First day of dealing in New Shares in the Receiving Funds - 12 July 2021

  • Expected date when documentation detailing statement of New Shares in the Receiving Fund is to be sent to Shareholders by the ACD - 16 July 2021

Assessment of Value Report

We've produced a report to help you understand the value our funds offer, which you can download below.

Key Investor Information Documents (KIIDs) - these summarise the key information relating to individual funds, including the risks.

Supplementary Investor Information Documents (SIIDs) - should be read alongside the relevant KIID as together they summarise important information about the General Investment Account / ISA and funds in our range. If you’re invested through one of our ISAs, the SIID also contains the Terms and Conditions for this.

Prospectuses - are legal documents that contain information about the make-up of your funds, how they’re invested, the risks involved, details about the fund manager, fees and expenses and other information.

Factsheets – are updated regularly and show share-class performance as well as providing fund manager commentary, the top 10 holdings and (where relevant) a breakdown of the underlying investments in the fund.

What next?

If you want to make a new investment, top up an existing investment or switch between different funds, you’ll find all the relevant forms below.

Before taking any further action you should:

  • Read the latest version of the KIID for the fund you want to invest in – these can be accessed via the links below

  • Complete the relevant application form – we’ve included application forms for a new investment (both ISA and General Investment Account), a fund-switch form and a fund-top-up form. We’ve also included an ISA Transfer (In) Form if you want to transfer a stocks and shares ISA held elsewhere to Schroders Personal Wealth.

The following forms are available for you to download and complete:

General Investment Account (GIA)

If you have a Personal Discretionary Portfolio Service please speak to your adviser first.

All Schroders Personal Wealth (ACD) documents are effective as from 9th December 2019.

If you would like to access the value of your investments with Schroders Personal Wealth (ACD), please click here.


In the normal course of business transaction costs are incurred by the funds when the fund managers buy and sell investments. Please refer to the Schroders Personal Wealth Transaction Costs document for the transaction costs for your fund(s).

For details of our remuneration policy, please click here.