5. Johan Nilke

Ohman Global Growth

Rounding off our tech titans is Johan Nilke of Swedish asset management group Öhman Fonder. Nilke has managed the fund since 2011 and has close to 40% of it invested in non-US companies. Around 18% is invested in Swedish firms with 11.5% focused on groups from Asia. Among the recognizable tech names he holds are Amazon, Samsung and Adobe Systems.

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4. Thomas Radinger

Pioneer Nord Internet Fund

Radinger has the longest tech sector track record out of the top five fund managers here and has been with his current group Pioneer Investments for 16 years. Unlike his counterparts, who have up to 30% exposure outside of the US, Radinger is almost completely focused on this market with 96% of his Germany-domiciled fund invested in the country.

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3. Nick Evans / Ben Rogoff

Polar Capital Technology

UK-based duo Evans and Rogoff of Polar Capital have regularly appeared in the top ranks of the tech sector and have been running the company’s technology fund together for over nine years. Their top holdings read like a who’s who of the tech world, with household names Facebook, Microsoft, Apple and Alphabet populating the fund’s top five positions

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2. Hyunho Sohn

Fidelity Funds – Global Technology

Fund manager HyunHo Sohn has managed UK-based Fidelity International’s Global Technology strategy since March 2013. His top holdings are dominated by well-known US tech groups such as Google’s holding company, Alphabet, computing giant Intel, Apple and Salesforce.com. He also owns Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Group and video gaming firm Activision Blizzard.

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1. Paul Wick

Threadneedle (LUX) Global Technology

Top performer Paul Wick runs Columbia Threadneedle’s Global Technology fund out of his base in San Francisco. His highest allocation and top overweight is toward the semiconductor sector at 48%, more than double his benchmark’s allocation. His top holdings include semiconductor manufacturers Lam Research Corporation and Broadcom, as well as tech giant Apple.

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