Fidelity Asian Values Plc 2019 Subs

Fidelity Asian Values Plc 2019 Subs
Fidelity Investment Services Ltd
Closed Ended Investment Company
Asia Pacific
1.19 %
0 %
MSCI AC Asia Ex Japan PR USD
Fund Size
£ 3.1 million
To achieve long-term capital growth through investment principally in the stock markets of the Asian Region (excluding Japan).
Holding %
Msci Ac Asia Ex Jp Net Total Return Usd Index_fut 4.25 %
Power Grid Corp Of India Ltd 3.85 %
Fufeng Group Ltd 2.80 %
Redington (India) Ltd 2.34 %
Shriram Transport Finance Co Ltd 2.12 %
BOC Aviation Ltd 2.06 %
PNB Housing Finance Ltd 1.94 %
Cebu Air Inc 1.92 %
PT Cikarang Listrindo Tbk 1.91 %
LIC Housing Finance Ltd 1.83 %
Region %
Asia - Emerging 65.71 %
Asia - Developed 30.38 %
Sector %
Consumer Cyclical 19.90 %
Financial Services 17.02 %
Technology 14.00 %
Industrials 11.81 %
Utilities 8.31 %
Consumer Defensive 7.93 %
Basic materials 7.74 %
Healthcare 6.01 %
Fidelity Investment Services Ltd
KT20 6RP, Tadworth, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company


Nitin Bajaj
Joined 04/01/2015

Nitin Bajaj joined Fidelity in 2003 in London as a research analyst covering European food & tobacco and large cap Italian & Spanish banks. In 2007, after a very successful and highly rated period in research, Nitin became an Assistant Portfolio Manager for the Fidelity Global Special Situations Fund in the UK. Nitin subsequently moved to Fidelity’s Mumbai office in 2009 to manage FIL’s domestic Indian equity funds. He moved to Singapore in early 2013 and manages the Fidelity Asian Values PLC and Fidelity Asian Smaller Companies Fund from there.

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