Oliver Cox is currently a vice president at JP Morgan Asset Management (Japan). He graduated from the University of Manchester, and has worked as an equity analyst at Macquarie Securities Japan and a communications manager at Mitsubishi Electric. He joined JP Morgan Asset Management as a portfolio manager in 2004.
As a UK smaller companies investment manager at JP Morgan Asset Management, Mark Davids co-managed the JPM UK Smaller Companies fund, the Luxembourg-domiciled JPM Europe Small Cap, as well as JPM Europe Recovery funds. He then moved to Japan to run the group's Core Japan Behavioural Finance fund and currently manages the Asia Pacific ex Japan Behavioural Finance and Japan Strategic Value funds. Davids joined JP Morgan as an investment analyst in 1997. He was promoted to assistant investment manager in 2000 and then to investment manager a year later. Armed with a bachelor’s degree in history and German from the University of Manchester, and a masters degree in international political economy, Davids enjoyed a stint focusing on trade and external relations at the European Commission before joining JP Morgan.
Geoff Hoare is currently working out of JP Morgan’s Tokyo office as a Portfolio Assistant with the Japan Portfolio Group. He has been there since March 2007 to assist in the development of Behavioural Finance funds and has led him to become the lead manager on the JPM Japan Strategic Value fund. Before assuming this role he worked in the investment management technology team where he helped create their trading systems as well as their decision support systems.
To provide long-term capital growth by investing primarily in companies in the Asia Pacific Basin (excluding Japan). At least 67% of the Sub-Fund's assets (excluding cash and cash equivalents) will be invested in equity securities of companies that are domiciled in, or carrying out the main part of their economic activity in, an Asia Pacific Basin country (excluding Japan). Certain countries in the Asia Pacific Basin may be considered emerging market countries.
Rank 84/402 Total Return
Rank 289/402 Standard Deviation
Rank 139/402 Max Drawdown
|82||NEW CAPITAL FUND LUX-Asian Stocks USD A||USD||
|83||KBC Equity New Asia Cap||USD||
|84||JPM Asia Pacific Equity A Acc USD||USD||
|85||Nikko AM Asia ex-Japan A USD||USD||
|86||AGCM Fund Asia Growth Sub-Fund RC SEK Cap||USD||
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|287||C WorldWide Asia 1 A C USD||USD||
|287||Handelsbanken Asien Tema (A1 SEK)||USD||
|289||JPM Asia Pacific Equity A Acc USD||USD||
|290||Wellington Asian Opportunities S Cap USD||USD||
|290||JPM Asia Growth A Acc USD||USD||
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Month by Month Performance
Returns Vs Risk
- Hong Kong
- United Kingdom
- Launch date09/09/2009
- Share Class size351Mn
- Base currencyUSD
- Min. initial investment35,000
- Min. regular additional investment0
- Annual management1.50%
- Initial investment5