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This is a long-only fund and uses a flexible and unconstrained approach based on bottom-up stock selection and company fundamentals. With a track record of more than 10 years, the fund aims to invest across the market cap spectrum, focusing on companies greater than $100m market cap.

The fund’s nominal benchmark is the MSCI All-Country Asia Pacific ex-Japan Index, but it is not constrained to follow this or any other index. Typical of the fund’s unconstrained approach is that its active share, a measure of the percentage of holdings that differ from the benchmark index, is typically greater than 80%. The typical number of positions within the portfolio is around 60 to 80.

All information as of 31st January 2021
Manager Jane Andrews
Launch date 30th October 2009
Number of holdings 60-80 (typically)
Benchmark MSCI AC Asia Pacific Ex-Japan
Objective To achieve long-term capital growth through investment in the markets of the Asia and Pacific region, excluding Japan but including Australasia.
Structure EIC
AUM £40.7m
31 March 2021
Fund Benchmark(1) Relative
1 month -2.38% -0.79% -1.59%
3 Months -0.67% 1.78% -2.44%
6 Months 12.24% 14.69% -2.44%
1 Year 47.91% 42.58% 5.33%
3 Years p.a. 12.15% 9.68% 2.47%
5 Years p.a. 17.18% 14.04% 3.14%
10 Years p.a. 10.21% 7.89% 2.32%
Since Inception p.a.(2) 11.91% 9.51% 2.40%

1. The Fund’s performance comparator is the MSCI AC Asia Pacific ex Japan Index in GBP. This benchmark has been chosen as this best reflects the asset allocation of the fund. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Returns quoted are net of fees on the B Acc Institutional share class. Prior to June 2011, the fund uses the track record of the A Acc Institutional share class.
2. Inception of the fund was 30 October 2009.

Past performance is not indicative of future results

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