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Fidelity to launch high conviction Asia fund

Fidelity to launch high conviction Asia fund

Fidelity is to launch a high conviction Asian equity strategy for Anthony Srom.

The Fidelity Asia Pacific Opportunities fund will launch later this month, seeking to outperform MSCI AC Asia Pacific ex Japan index.

Srom will employ a concentrated and high conviction approach, with a 'one in, one out' discipline to portfolio construction.

This will cap the number of stocks Srom holds at 35. He expects the fund's active share to be around 90%.

Srom currently manages the Fidelity Asia Pacific ex Japan Pilot fund. Based in Singapore, he has 17 years' experience in Asian markets.

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