Atlantis Japan Growth Fund
|Lasertec Corp||5.89 %|
|Keyence Corp||3.93 %|
|Asahi Intecc Co Ltd||3.88 %|
|Tokyo Electron Ltd||3.58 %|
|Nidec Corp||3.29 %|
|Nihon M&A Center Inc||3.20 %|
|Daifuku Co Ltd||3.18 %|
|S-Pool Inc||2.81 %|
|Nittoku Co Ltd||2.79 %|
|Japan Material Co Ltd||2.76 %|
|Financial Services||5.32 %|
Edwin Ed has over 30 years experience in investment research and asset management in Japan. He has spent his entire working life in the securities industry, actively visiting and analysing companies since the 1970s. Ed founded AIRC in 1996 and is an acknowledged expert on smaller companies in Japan. After graduating from Sophia University Tokyo, he worked with Merrill Lynch Japan, before joining Schroders Japan in 1974 where he worked for 22 years.
TAEKO SETAISHI, took over as lead fund adviser in May 2016, having been deputy fund adviser since 1996. She joined AIRC in 1996, is a Japanese citizen and is based in Tokyo. She started her career at Schroder Securities, and in 1986 she joined James Capel. In 1993 she joined Schroder Investment Management as an analyst and fund adviser until her move to AIRC together with Ed Merner. Taeko is responsible for portfolio construction and the day-to-day portfolio management of AJGF.
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