Jupiter Asian Income Fund I GBP Acc
|Samsung Electronics Co Ltd Participating Preferred||6.01 %|
|Sands China Ltd||5.94 %|
|Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd||5.70 %|
|Link Real Estate Investment Trust||5.54 %|
|Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. of China Ltd Class H||4.81 %|
|MediaTek Inc||4.77 %|
|Embassy Office Parks REIT||4.06 %|
|Macquarie Group Ltd||4.01 %|
|Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd||3.79 %|
|DBS Group Holdings Ltd||3.71 %|
|Asia - Developed||54.74 %|
|Asia - Emerging||17.13 %|
|Real Estate||20.55 %|
|Financial Services||20.47 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||12.63 %|
|Communication Services||6.21 %|
Jason joined Jupiter in 2015 and is currently Head of Strategy, Asian Income as well as the manager. Before joining Jupiter, Jason is a portfolio manager with BNY Mellon (formerly Newton Asset Management), his employer since 2004. Previously he worked at BP, where he was responsible for stock selection and asset allocation in the Asia Pacific ex-Japan region for the BP pension fund. Prior to this, Jason started his career with Henderson Global Investors, where he was assistant fund manager between 1993 and 1996. He was one of a team of six covering 11 stock markets in the Pacific ex-Japan region.
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