Fidelity Global Property Fund Class W GBP Income

Name
Fidelity Global Property Fund Class W GBP Income
Manager
Fidelity (FIL Investment SVCS (UK) Ltd)
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BJ629381
Sector
Property
Launched
19/02/2014
OCF
0.94 %
Risk Rating
2
3 Year Sharpe
0.72
3 Year Alpha
0.51
Yield
2.7 %
Benchmark
FTSE EPRA Nareit Developed TR GBP
The Fund’s investment objective is to achieve a combination of income and long term capital growth from a portfolio primarily made up of the securities of companies principally involved in the real estate industry and other real estate-related investments.
Holding %
Prologis Inc 7.18 %
Digital Realty Trust Inc 5.56 %
Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd 4.84 %
Vonovia SE 4.64 %
HCP Inc 4.50 %
VEREIT Inc Class A 4.16 %
American Campus Communities Inc 4.13 %
American Homes 4 Rent Class A 3.92 %
Fidelity ILF - USD A Acc 3.79 %
Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd 3.68 %
Region %
United States 59.09 %
Eurozone 17.71 %
Asia - Developed 10.08 %
Japan 8.35 %
Sector %
Real Estate 100.00 %
Name
Fidelity (FIL Investment SVCS (UK) Ltd)
Address
TN11 9DZ, Hildenborough, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Dirk Philippa
Joined 10/01/2013

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