Fidelity Asian Values PLC latest news and insights

Next AGM: December 2019

Why we're investing in unloved Asia
May 2019

Fidelity Asian Values PLC’s Nitin Bajaj discusses his approach to navigating the ebbs and flows of today’s uncertain macro environment. He outlines how he goes about building a margin of safety into his portfolios and discusses key stock-specific opportunities he has identified in India over recent months.

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Subscription Shares - update
May 2019

The Board is pleased to announce that the Company has issued and allotted 1,213,003 Ordinary Shares in respect of shares arising on the exercise of the conversion rights attached to the Subscription Shares.

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Final Results Announced

Final Results for the year ending 31 July 2018 have been announced.

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Management Fees Update

The Board of Fidelity Asian Values PLC would like to inform Shareholders that, following Fidelity’s announcement in October last year to offer its clients a variable management fee, the Board has accepted a new fee proposal from the Manager.

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Finding quality and value in emerging Asia
MoneyWeek, March 2019

Each week, a professional investor tells you where they’d put their money. This week: Nitin Bajaj of Fidelity Asian Values investment trust selects three favourites.

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Back to basics in Asia
February 2019

Portfolio manager Nitin Bajaj discusses why sometimes simplicity is best when it comes to investing in Asia. He outlines the key tenets that inform his approach and how this plays out in his latest stock picks.

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Vicky McKeever on Fidelity Asian Values PLC
Investment Trust Insider, January 2019

Top-performing Fidelity Asian Values (FAS) has used a small amount of gearing, or borrowing, to take advantage of buying opportunities during the volatile end of last year.

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Important information

You should remember that the price of ordinary shares can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you pay for them. As Fidelity Asian Values invests overseas, the value of your investment may also be affected by movements in exchange rates. In addition, you should bear in mind that Fidelity Asian Values focuses on smaller companies, whose share prices may be more volatile than those of larger companies.

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