Fidelity Institutional Long Bond Fund Inc
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 3.75%||21.16 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 3.25%||14.38 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 3.5%||9.79 %|
|US Ultra Bond (CBT) Dec19||8.58 %|
|Llys Swap Irs 1/42 6muklv1.725||8.17 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 4.25%||7.57 %|
|Long Gilt Future Dec19 G Z9||7.45 %|
|Dbuk Swap Irs 1/47 2.6187v3ml||6.37 %|
|Barc Swap Irs 12/31 6muklv1.6||5.72 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 4%||5.34 %|
|United Kingdom||54.31 %|
|United States||19.97 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||5.71 %|
|Financial Services||23.04 %|
|Consumer Defensive||15.16 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||7.84 %|
|Communication Services||7.75 %|
|Real Estate||6.14 %|
Tim Foster is a Portfolio Manager within Fidelity's London-based fixed income team. He manages over $10bn of money market and short term bond funds. These include 4 classes of the Fidelity Institutional Liquidity Fund (US Dollars, Euros, Sterling and Canadian Dollars), Fidelity Funds US Dollar Cash Fund, Fidelity Funds Euro Cash Fund, Fidelity Funds Sterling Cash Fund, Fidelity Funds Australian Dollar Cash Fund, FFII US Dollar Currency Fund, Fidelity Gross Accumulating Cash Fund, Cash Unit Trust and Cash ISA Unit Trust. Tim joined Fidelity in 2003 as a Quantitative Analyst and progressed to become a Portfolio Manager in 2007. Tim has a BA, MSci in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University and is a CFA charter holder. He also has a Certificate in Quantitative Finance.
Ian Fishwick joined Fidelity as a Portfolio Manager in 2007. He has over two decades of investment experience, the majority of which have been managing Sterling bond funds. Ian was previously Head of UK Fixed Income at Credit Suisse Asset Management and prior to that Chief Executive and CIO of SLC Asset Management. Ian holds a BA Hons in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Cambridge.
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