Company Overview of Fidelity Japanese Values PLC
Fidelity Japanese Values PLC is a closed-ended equity mutual fund launched and managed by FIL Investment Services (UK) Limited. The fund is co-managed by FIL Investments International. It invests in the public equity markets of Japan. The fund seeks to invest in stocks of companies operating across diversified sectors. It primarily invests in stocks of small and mid cap companies. The fund employs fundamental analysis with a bottom-up stock picking approach, focusing on such factors as business strategies, technical and/or operational advantages, and competitive position to create its portfolio. It benchmarks the performance of its portfolio against the Russell/Nomura Mid Small Cap Japan Pri...
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Founded in 1994
Key Executives for Fidelity Japanese Values PLC
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Fidelity Japanese Values PLC Key Developments
Fidelity Japanese Values PLC Announces Unaudited Condensed Earnings Results for the Half Year Ended June 30, 2015
Aug 4 15
Fidelity Japanese Values PLC announced unaudited condensed earnings results for the half year ended June 30, 2015. For the period, the company reported results revenue loss per ordinary share was 0.15 pence against 0.07 pence a year ago. Capital return per ordinary share was 16.05 pence against 3.38 pence a year ago. Total return per ordinary share was 15.90 pence against 3.31 pence a year ago. NAV per basic share as at June 30, 2015 was 97.37 pence against 82.32 pence as at December 31, 2014. NAV per diluted share as at June 30, 2015 was 95.57 pence. Gains on investments designated at fair value through profit or loss was £14.72 million against £4.17 million a year ago. Net return before finance costs and taxation was £18.23 million against £3.87 million a year ago. Net return on ordinary activities before taxation was £18.18 million against £3.83 million a year ago. Net return on ordinary activities after taxation for the period was £18.12 million against £3.77 million a year ago. Basic and diluted earnings per share were 15.90 pence against 3.31 pence a year ago.
Fidelity Japanese Values PLC Announces Change of Portfolio Manager
Jul 31 15
The board of Fidelity Japanese Values PLC announced that after eight years in the role, Shinji Higaki will be stepping down as Portfolio Manager of the company and will be succeeded by Nicholas Price. Nicholas will take on full responsibility for the company’s portfolio on 1 September 2015 following a smooth transition period. The Board would like to thank Shinji for his diligent management of the portfolio during his time as Portfolio Manager. Nicholas brings over 20 years’ investment experience in the Japanese equity market, having joined Fidelity’s Tokyo office in 1993 as a research analyst before becoming a portfolio manager in 1999. He currently manages a number of Fidelity’s Japanese funds, including the Fidelity Funds – Japan Aggressive Fund which is first quartile over three and five years.
Fidelity Japanese Values PLC Announces Financial Results for the Year Ended December 31, 2014
Mar 31 15
Fidelity Japanese Values PLC announced financial results for the year ended December 31, 2014. For the year, the company reported gains on investments designated at fair value through profit or loss of £1.053 million against £13.932 million a year ago. Net return before finance costs and taxation was £2.987 million against £22.769 million a year ago. Net return on ordinary activities before taxation was £2.910 million against £22.696 million a year ago. Net return on ordinary activities after taxation for the year was £2.803 million or 2.46 pence per diluted share against £22.612 million or 20.34 pence per diluted share a year ago. Net cash outflow from operating activities was £799,000 against £89,000 a year ago. Net asset value per ordinary share was 81.48 pence compared to 79.02 pence a year ago.
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