Maple-Brown Abbott Asia Pacific ex-Japan Fund

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There is only one type of share class for this fund.

Maple-Brown Abbott Asia Pacific-Ex Japan Fund Institutional Sterling

A Select 50 Fund - Fidelity insight
Category Asia-Pacific ex-Japan Equity

This fund can be held in an Investment ISA, SIPP and Investment Account
Last buy/sell price


arrow-down£-0.002 (-0.17%)

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Prices updated as at 27 Sep 2021
Prices in GBP

Investment objective
Our investment objective for the Trust is to outperform, over rolling four year periods, the Benchmark. We do not aim to outperform this Benchmark over shorter periods and for this reason prospective investors should plan to invest for at least four years.

Our view

Riccardo Muscio
Research Analyst

The Maple Brown Abbott Asia Pacific ex Japan Fund is managed by Sydney-based Geoffrey Bazzan who has more than fifteen years of investment experience in running Asian equity portfolios. Geoffrey is supported by a well-resourced team of experienced analysts who have sector coverage across the entire Asia Pacific ex Japan region.

The manager follows a value-oriented investment philosophy, which seeks to exploit mispricing opportunities created by the short term focus of most market participants.

The manager has a long term time horizon when researching and investing in companies which allows the team to look through the short term concerns and identify companies with long term good relative prospects through a bottom-up investment approach.

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