Shoichi Mizusawa is a country specialist for Japan equities and head of the Japan team within the Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific (EMAP) equities team at J.P Morgan Asset Management. 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.
Naohiro Ozawa of J.P Morgan Asset Management 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. He joined the Firm in 2006 as an analyst and transferred to asset management to take up his current position in 2008. Ozawa obtained a B.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences and is a Chartered Member of the Securities Analysts Association of Japan (CMA).
Miyako Urabe is a vice president and country specialist for Japan equities and a member of the Japan team within the Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific Equities team at JP Morgan Asset Management based in Tokyo. Miyako joined the firm in 2013 from Credit Suisse Securities equity sales desk in Tokyo. She graduated from Keio University, Japan with a BA in Economics.
Nicholas Weindling is a country specialist for Japan equities and a member of the Japan Team within the Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific (EMAP) Equities Team at JP Morgan 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.
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.
Rank 4/132 Total Return
Rank 114/132 Standard Deviation
Rank 18/132 Max Drawdown
|2||Lindsell Train - Japanese Equity A||GBP||
|3||Atlantis Japan Opportunities USD||GBP||
|4||JPM Japan A Acc||GBP||
|5||Comgest Growth Japan Yen||GBP||
|6||Goodhart Partners Horizon Michinori Japan Eq A JPY||GBP||
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|112||Eastspring Investments-Japan Dynamic A||GBP||
|113||JPMorgan Japan Equity A Dis USD||GBP||
|114||JPM Japan A Acc||GBP||
|115||Henderson Japan Capital Growth A Net Acc||GBP||
|116||JOHCM Japan Dividend Growth B EUR||GBP||
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Month by Month Performance
Returns Vs Risk
- United Kingdom
- Launch date01/04/1970
- Share Class size71Mn
- Base currencyGBP
- Min. initial investment1,000
- Min. regular additional investment100
- Annual management1.50%
- Initial investment3