JPM Japan C Net Acc

Name
JPM Japan Fund C - Net Accumulation
Manager
JP Morgan Asset Management (UK) Ltd
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B235RG08
Sector
LC00000009
Launched
13/09/2007
OCF
0.9 %
Risk Rating
1
3 Year Sharpe
1.17
3 Year Alpha
4.78
Yield
0 %
Benchmark
TOPIX TR JPY
The fund seeks to provide capital growth over the long term by investing primarily in the shares of Japanese companies. Japanese companies are companies that are incorporated under the laws of, and have their registered office in, Japan, or that derive the predominant part of their economic activity from Japan, even if listed elsewhere. The Fund may have exposure to smaller companies. Other instruments as permitted in the stated investment and borrowing powers of the Company including, but not limited to, fixed interest securities, cash and cash equivalents may be held on an ancillary basis, as appropriate.
Holding%
Shiseido Co Ltd5.09 %
Keyence Corp5.00 %
CyberAgent Inc4.69 %
Recruit Holdings Co Ltd4.33 %
M3 Inc4.25 %
Tokio Marine Holdings Inc3.99 %
MonotaRO Co Ltd2.78 %
Shin-Etsu Chemical Co Ltd2.59 %
Kao Corp2.46 %
Komatsu Ltd2.37 %
Region%
Japan100.00 %
Sector%
Technology27.01 %
Industrials19.46 %
Consumer Defensive15.27 %
Consumer Cyclical12.73 %
Financial Services10.33 %
Basic materials6.30 %
Healthcare5.22 %
Name
JP Morgan Asset Management (UK) Ltd
Address
EC4Y 0JP, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Miyako Urabe

Joined 09/01/2015

Miyako Urabe, vice president, is a country specialist for Japan equities and a member of the Japan Team within the Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific (EMAP) Equities Team based in Tokyo. Miyako joined the Firm in 2013 from Credit Suisse Securities equity sales desk in Tokyo as an Asia ex-Japan specialist. She started her career at Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities covering both Japan and Asia ex-Japan. Miyako obtained a Bachelor Degree in Economics from Keio University, Japan.
Nicholas Weindling

Joined 10/01/2012

Nicholas Weindling, executive director, is a country specialist for Japan equities and a member of the Japan Team within the Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific (EMAP) Equities Team based in Tokyo. Nicholas joined the Firm in 2006 from Baillie Gifford in Edinburgh, where he worked initially as a UK large cap analyst and latterly as a Japanese equities investment manager. Nicholas obtained a B.A. (Hons) in History from Cambridge University.
Shoichi Mizusawa

Joined 10/01/2012

Shoichi Mizusawa, managing director, is a country specialist for Japan equities and head of the Japan Team within the Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific (EMAP) Equities Team. Based in Japan, he leads the Japan-dedicated equity portfolio management teams in Hong Kong and Tokyo. Shoichi joined the Firm in 1997 as a marketing manager responsible for Japan pension funds. He transferred to the Japan Portfolio Group in 2000 and took up his current role in 2010. Prior to joining the Firm, Shoichi spent four years with Postipankki as the Tokyo representative in capital markets. He began his career with Mitsubishi Motors Corporation in 1989. Shoichi obtained a B.A. in Political Science and Economics from Waseda University and an M.B.A. from Simon Fraser University.

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