As part of Schroders’ commitment to diversity and inclusion, the Moneylens web site has been designed and developed in such a way as to be as universally accessible as possible. In practice, this means ensuring that visitors with a variety of different needs are still able to enjoy all the content the site has to offer. Those specific needs we have identified include:

  • Blindness or visual impairment

  • Deafness or hearing impairment

  • Dementia

  • Learning difficulties

  • Dyslexia

  • Mobility impairment

  • Mental health conditions

  • Chronic health conditions

This list is, however, not exhaustive.
We always try to ensure that our web site is compatible with assistive browsing technologies such as screen readers, browser keyboard shortcuts and Braille terminals. To assist with this mission, wherever possible we adopt the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (‘WCAG’) version 2.0 to level ‘AA’ standard, which outlines best practice for web content accessibility. We also try to use clear and simple language – plain English – wherever possible. Where do we have to use jargon, our jargon-buster should be able to explain what a word or phrase used means.
We recognise that occasionally we may fall short in our pledge. If you discover any aspect of our web site you feel does not meet either those formal standards or other best practices that allow you or anybody else to access the web site and enjoy its content, please contact us and we will do our best to put it right straight away. You can email the Moneylens team on or speak to us via Facebook at or via Twitter at @moneylens. You can also write to us at 1 London Wall Place, London EC2Y 5AU.