Janus Henderson Asia Pacific Capital Growth Fund I Acc

Name
Janus Henderson Asia Pacific Capital Growth Fund I Acc
Manager
Janus Henderson Investors
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB0007681603
Sector
Asia Pacific Excluding Japan
Launched
29/10/1979
OCF
0.87 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
0.36
3 Year Alpha
0.00
Yield
1.4 %
Benchmark
MSCI AC Asia Pac Ex JPN GR USD
The Fund aims to provide capital growth over the long term. The Fund invests at least 80% of its assets in a concentrated portfolio of shares (also known as equities) of companies, of any size, in any industry, in the Asia Pacific region (including the Indian subcontinent and Australasia, but excluding Japan). Companies will be incorporated, headquartered, listed on an exchange in, or deriving significant revenue from, this region. The portfolio may be concentrated in terms of its number of holdings and/or the size of its largest holdings.
Holding %
Tencent Holdings Ltd 8.72 %
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd ADR 8.71 %
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd Participating Preferred 6.39 %
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd 6.00 %
Uni-President Enterprises Corp 4.01 %
AIA Group Ltd 3.96 %
HDFC Bank Ltd 3.40 %
Housing Development Finance Corp Ltd 3.11 %
Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. of China Ltd Class H 3.11 %
Ayala Corporation 2.96 %
Region %
Asia - Emerging 61.79 %
Asia - Developed 38.21 %
Sector %
Technology 26.64 %
Financial Services 21.27 %
Consumer Cyclical 17.17 %
Consumer Defensive 15.49 %
Communication Services 9.38 %
Industrials 7.29 %
Name
Janus Henderson Investors
Address
80206, Denver, United States
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Mervyn Koh
Joined 10/01/2015

Mervyn Koh is an Investment Manager on the Asia Equity strategy at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2017. Prior to joining Henderson in 2015 as an associate investment manager, Mervyn was with Franklin Templeton Investments, where he was vice president in the emerging markets group. In this role, he was responsible for research in the Singapore and Indonesian equity markets as well as for co-managing a Southeast Asia fund. Before this, he was an investment analyst at Tokio Marine Asset Management International covering the India equity market and commodity-related stocks in Southeast Asia and Australia. He began his career in 2006 as an associate at the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation. Mervyn holds a BSc degree (Hons) in mechanical engineering from the National University of Singapore and a graduate diploma in financial management from the Singapore Institute of Management. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

Andrew Gillan
Joined 06/01/2014

Andrew Gillan is Head of Asia ex Japan Equities and a Fund Manager at Janus Henderson Investors responsible for the Asia Equity, International Opportunities, and International Small Cap Equity strategies. He has held this position since joining Henderson in 2014. Prior to Henderson, he was with Aberdeen Asset Management as an Asia and emerging markets equity fund manager and served as lead manager of an Asian investment trust. Before this, he was a graduate trainee in the UK equities division at Murray Johnstone. Andrew received an MA in French and European history with joint honours from the University of Edinburgh.

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