Fidelity International

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Europe

Austria
Zweigniederlassung Wien
Mariahilfer Strasse 36
1070 Vienna
Tel
43 (0) 1 23060 5151
Belgium
Regus park atrium
Koloniënstraat 11
B-1000 Brussels
Tel
32 (0)2 5176157
France
Washington Plaza
29 rue de Berri
75408 Paris Cedex 08
Tel
33 (0) 1 73 04 3000
Germany
Kastanienhoehe 1
61476 Kronberg im Taunus
Tel
49 (0) 6173 509 0
Germany
Büro München
Maximilianstrasse 35a
80539 Munich
Tel
49 (0) 89 242 18 213
Italy
Via della Chiusa, 2
20123 Milan
Tel
39 02 3057 4700
Luxembourg
2a, rue Albert Borschette
BP 2174
1021 Luxembourg
Tel
352 250 404 2216
Netherlands
Tower H - 6th Floor
Zuidplein 52
1077 XV Amsterdam
Tel
31 (0) 20 797 7100
Poland
Przedstawicielstwo w Polsce
Metropolitan Building
Pl. Pilsudskiego 3
00-078 Warsaw
Tel
48 224 490 014
Spain
Sucursal en España
Calle de Anabel Segura 16 - 2nd floor
Centro Empresarial VEGA NORTE, Edificio 3
E28108 Alcobendas Madrid
Tel
34 91 788 40 00
Sweden
Jakobsbergsgatan 17
9th floor
111 44 Stockholm
Tel
46 (0)8 5052 5700
Switzerland
Mühlebachstrasse 54
8008 Zurich
Tel
41 (0) 43 210 13 00
Switzerland
2 rue du Port
1204 Geneva
Tel
41 (0) 22 596 19 50
Head Office
Oakhill House
130 Tonbridge Road
Tonbridge
Kent
TN11 9DZ
United Kingdom
Contact
Ana Quaas
Company website:
https://www.fidelityinternational.com/
Parent Company:
FIL Holdings
Year Founded:
1986
No. of investment offices worldwide:
24

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    Cool Heads: Fidelity CEO Anne Richards on Brexit and fragmentation

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