Welcome to Fidelity Investment Trusts, your passport to some of the most compelling investments across five key regions - the UK, Europe, China, Japan and Asia-Pacific.
With low costs of investing Fidelity's Investment Trusts can offer a cost effective way to diversify your portfolio. You can invest directly into the trusts via our Share Plan or within an ISA wrapper. You can also invest through our share dealing service.
Please remember the value of investments can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invest. Eligibility to invest in an ISA will depend on personal circumstances and all tax rules may change.
Focuses on small-to-mid-cap stocks in both the developed and emerging markets of Asia (excluding Japan).
Invests in the growing Chinese economy. The portfolio is weighted towards internal consumption with a focus on small and mid-cap companies.
A portfolio of high-quality European stocks found across a broad capitalisation. It invests in both the established and developing stock markets of continental Europe.
Invests across a broad capitalisation range, however, the portfolio is likely to have a small to mid-cap bias. Focuses on the UK domestic market, with some European and overseas exposure.
Effective from the 1 September 2015, Nicholas Price will take over as named portfolio manager of Fidelity Japanese Values PLC from Shinji Higaki.
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Fidelity Personal Investing can give you information and guidance on products and services but can not give advice based on personal circumstances. If you're unsure of the suitability of an investment please speak to an authorised financial adviser. Please note that for funds which invest in overseas markets, changes in currency exchange rates may affect the value of your investment. Investments in small and emerging markets can be more volatile than other overseas markets. Some funds invest more heavily than others in smaller companies, which can carry a higher risk because their share prices may be more volatile than those of larger companies.