Fidelity Japanese Values Plc

Fidelity Japanese Values Plc

Sector: Unit Investment Trusts, Face-Amount Certificate Offices, and Closed-End Management Investment Offices Region: United Kingdom

: | London Stock Exchange: FJV

Fidelity Japanese Values PLC is a Closed-End Investment Fund/Investment Trust. As from the 1 September 2015 the Portfolio Manager is Nicholas Price. He focuses predominantly on medium-sized and smaller Japanese companies, many of which are under researched. This creates an opportunity to find mis-priced stocks and vigorously assess their potential before making investment decisions.

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David Robins, Chairman
(Date of appointment: 1 February 2011; appointed Chairman on 10 May 2012) is the Senior Independent Director of SVG Capital plc and a Director of NHBS Limited and Seralux Inc. Previously, he was Chairman of the Asian Total Return Investment Company plc and Chairman and Chief Executive of ING Barings following 18 years with UBS, most recently as Executive Vice President Europe having spent several years in Zurich, New York and Tokyo. Prior to this he was, in succession, a Japanese Economist at the Bank of England, an Executive in the Japanese department of James Capel and then Far Eastern Economist and subsequently Chief International Economist at Philips & Drew. He began his career with the Commonwealth Bank in Sydney.
Sir Laurence Magnus, Chairman of the Audit Committee
(Date of appointment: 1 October 2010; appointed as Chairman of the Audit Committee: 12 May 2011) is a Senior Advisor to Evercore Partners, the US listed corporate finance advisory business, Chairman of English Heritage, Non Executive Director of Aggregated Micropower Holdings plc and a Director or trustee of a number of private companies and charities. Previously he worked for Samuel Montagu & Co Limited (HSBC Investment Bank) in a corporate finance advisory capacity, including a number of years spent in Singapore with responsibilities in South East Asia. He was subsequently, in succession, a Director of Phoenix Securities, a Managing Director of Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette and a Managing Director of Credit Suisse First Boston before joining Lexicon Partners in 2001, initially as Deputy Chairman and subsequently as Chairman prior to its merger with Evercore in 2011. He is Chairman of J.P. Morgan Income & Capital Trust PLC and a Director of The Cayenne Trust PLC and Pantheon International Participations plc.
Philip Kay, Board Member
(Date of appointment: 29 October 2004) is a former Managing Director and Senior Advisor of Credit Suisse First Boston where he ran the global Japanese cash equity business. He is a Director of two Japanese hedge funds, the Akamatsu Fund and the Akamatsu Bonsai Fund, a Director of Counterpoint Asian Macro Fund, and is a fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford. Previously he was a Director of Schroder Securities Limited and of Smith New Court PLC.
David Miller OBE, Board Member
(Date of appointment: 29 October 2004; date of appointment as Senior Independent Director: 1 January 2013) is a Director of FBG Investment Limited and a number of other unquoted companies. He was with Robert Fleming Group from 1972 to 1991, was resident in Japan for nearly eight years and was Head of the Fleming group’s Tokyo office
Mami Mizutori, Board Member
(Date of appointment: 17 November 2014) worked for the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs where her posts included Director of the Japan Information and Culture Center at the Embassy of Japan in London and Director for Financial Affairs for the Foreign Ministry of Japan in Tokyo. Ms Mizutori is Executive Director of the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Culture and acts as a special advisor in Japanese studies to the University of East Anglia.
Dominic Ziegler, Board Member
(Date of appointment: 17 November 2014) currently holds the post of Asia Editor at The Economist in London. Mr Ziegler has over 25 years’ experience in top-flight journalism and commentary, with a special expertise in East Asian affairs, particularly Japan, having previously served as The Economist’s Tokyo Bureau Chief.

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