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Our story

We believe in challenging the common assumptions of private equity investing

Founded in 1997, Schroder Adveq Management AG (“Schroder Adveq”) is a leading asset manager investing in private equity globally. It offers specialised investment solutions, which allow Schroder Adveq’s clients to access private equity investments globally through primary, secondary and co-investments. Schroder Adveq has investment programs focused on the US since 1997, Europe since 1998 and Asia since 2006.

Schroder Adveq’s client base comprises of institutional investors such as pension funds, insurance companies, endowments, family offices and other financial institutions located in North America, Europe, Middle-East and the Asia-Pacific region. Many of Schroder Adveq’s investors are repeat, long-term clients with whom Schroder Adveq has developed a role as a trusted partner for private market investing. Schroder Adveq has $10 billion of private equity assets under management and over 120 employees.

In 2017, Schroder Adveq became the fully owned global private equity platform of Schroders.

Schroders private equity

Distinguishing features

Specialised provider of PE investments

  • Successful investing for over 20 years
  • Long-term client base
  • Specialized fund/ mandate solutions
  • Pioneer in applying data science and machine learning to Private Equity

Global coverage with strong performance

  • Strong presence in the EU, US and Asia
  • Specialist teams for Primaries, Secondaries and Co-Investments across markets
  • Strong absolute and relative performance

 

 

Exclusive access and network

  • Long history in venture and tech sectors
  • Privileged access to sought after VC funds
  • Established network in buyout and turnaround sectors with restricted access

High emphasis on responsible investing

  • ESG as integral part of our investment process
  • Strategic ESG value creation
  • Actively work with fund managers to improve their ESG approaches