Fidelity Global Property Fund W-Accumulation

This fund invests in the shares of property companies globally rather than directly in bricks and mortar. It has a concentrated portfolio of 30 to 40 shares and focuses on larger companies with good dividend yields. The fund’s largest country weighting at the end of 2018 was to the US at more than 50%, followed by Hong Kong and Germany.

Fidelity Global Property Fund W-Accumulation
Fidelity (FIL Investment SVCS (UK) Ltd)
Open Ended Investment Company
Property Other
0.94 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
1.9 %
FTSE EPRA Nareit Developed TR GBP
The Fund’s investment objective is to achieve a combination of income and long term capital growth from a portfolio primarily made up of the securities of companies principally involved in the real estate industry and other real estate-related investments.
Holding %
Prologis Inc 7.09 %
Fidelity ILF - USD A Acc 5.40 %
Digital Realty Trust Inc 5.38 %
Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd 4.81 %
Vonovia SE 4.70 %
Healthpeak Properties Inc 4.54 %
American Campus Communities Inc 4.14 %
VEREIT Inc Class A 4.07 %
American Homes 4 Rent Class A 3.82 %
Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd 3.69 %
Region %
United States 59.38 %
Eurozone 18.18 %
Asia - Developed 9.87 %
Japan 8.30 %
Sector %
Real Estate 100.00 %
Fidelity (FIL Investment SVCS (UK) Ltd)
TN11 9DZ, Hildenborough, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Dirk Philippa
Joined 10/01/2013

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