Fidelity Funds - Global Infrastructure Fund A-DIST-GBP

Name
Fidelity Funds - Global Infrastructure Fund A-DIST-GBP
Manager
Fidelity (FIL Inv Mgmt (Lux) S.A.)
Type
SICAV
ISIN
LU0116927707
Sector
Global Equity Income
Launched
02/10/2000
OCF
1.95 %
3 Year Sharpe
0.40
3 Year Alpha
-3.32
Yield
2.3 %
Benchmark
MSCI ACWI Infrastructure NR USD
The fund aims to provide investors with income and long-term capital growth, principally through investment in the equity securities of companies throughout the world, selected from a universe of infrastructure sectors including, but not limited to, telecommunications, utilities, energy, transportation and social (including educational services and healthcare facilities). As this fund may invest globally, it may be exposed to countries considered to be emerging markets.
Holding %
AT&T Inc 6.38 %
Enbridge Inc 4.43 %
Singapore Telecommunications Ltd 4.43 %
China Mobile Ltd 3.87 %
BT Group PLC 3.51 %
Enel SpA 3.49 %
HKBN Ltd 3.16 %
Endesa SA 3.15 %
Spark New Zealand Ltd 3.14 %
Engie SA 3.01 %
Region %
Eurozone 24.16 %
United States 18.22 %
United Kingdom 11.87 %
Australasia 11.78 %
Asia - Developed 11.53 %
Asia - Emerging 10.34 %
Canada 7.12 %
Sector %
Communication Services 47.52 %
Utilities 26.29 %
Energy 16.17 %
Industrials 8.79 %
Name
Fidelity (FIL Inv Mgmt (Lux) S.A.)
Address
L-1246, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
SICAV

Managers

Rupert Gifford
Joined 01/01/2017

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