Fidelity Institutional Emerging Markets Fund W Acc
|Alibaba Group Holding Ltd ADR||9.36 %|
|Naspers Ltd Class N||5.68 %|
|Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd||5.63 %|
|Samsung Electronics Co Ltd||5.34 %|
|HDFC Bank Ltd||4.69 %|
|China Mengniu Dairy Co Ltd||4.60 %|
|AIA Group Ltd||4.55 %|
|Zhongsheng Group Holdings Ltd||4.36 %|
|Tencent Holdings Ltd||4.17 %|
|Fidelity ILF - USD A Acc||3.64 %|
|Asia - Emerging||53.90 %|
|Asia - Developed||23.80 %|
|Latin America||5.28 %|
|Europe - Emerging||5.27 %|
|Financial Services||22.92 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||21.04 %|
|Communication Services||11.82 %|
|Consumer Defensive||9.78 %|
Nick Price is Fidelity’s primary Global Emerging Market (GEM) and Emerging EMEA equity portfolio manager. He joined Fidelity in January 1998 as a research analyst before being selected as the assistant portfolio manager for Fidelity’s flagship European Growth Fund in 2004. He launched the team’s first EMEA portfolio in late 2005 and was later appointed to manage Fidelity’s GEM strategies in mid 2009. Before joining Fidelity, Nick worked for a variety of investment banks in London and prior to that, worked as a Senior Auditor for PriceWaterhouse in Johannesburg. Nick holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Diploma in Accounting from the University of Natal, is a Member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants and is a CFA Charterholder.
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