Fidelity International

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  • Asian Smaller Companies

    The Asian Smaller Companies Strategy aims to achieve long-term capital growth by investing primarily in a diversified portfolio of smaller companies that have their head office or exercise a predominant part of their activities in Asia Pacific (excluding Japan).

  • Emerging Market Debt Franchise

    Emerging Market Debt Hard Currency, Local Currency Debt, Corporate Debt, Total Return Debt...

  • Emerging Markets Equity

    Fidelity’s Emerging Markets Equity Strategy aims to provide long-term capital growth by investing primarily in the shares of companies whose head office or a main part of their activity is in Asia, Latin America, and Emerging EMEA.

  • Fidelity Eurozone Select Real Estate Fund

    The Fidelity Eurozone Select Real Estate Fund is a balanced core fund, created for institutional investors.

  • FIRST ESG All Country World

    The FIRST ESG All Country World Strategy has been designed to deliver robust ESG and Low Carbon outcomes without compromising on the risk profile and return potential of an active core global equity investment.

  • Multi Asset - Investment Solutions Design

    Fidelity’s Investment Solutions Design discipline is a key part of our Multi Asset franchise and focuses on delivering performance in line with portfolio targets over the longer term by finding the optimal long term solution for each portfolio, given the investors’ requirements and constraints. ...

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

What’s new

  • Risk premium rises after attack on Saudi oil hobbles global supply

    Risk premium rises after attack on Saudi oil hobbles global supply

    White papersWed, 16 Oct 2019

    The weekend drone attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure has taken 5.7 million barrels per day of crude production - roughly 5 per cent of global supply - and 2 billion cubic feet of associated gas offline, the largest outage since the first Gulf War.

  • Cool Heads: Fidelity CEO Anne Richards on Brexit and fragmentation

    Cool Heads: Fidelity CEO Anne Richards on Brexit and fragmentation

    White papersWed, 16 Oct 2019

    Having hiked nine times in the past four years, the Fed has just reversed course and, as expected, implemented a 25 bps rate cut. Although the US economy is still expanding at a relatively healthy pace, continued below-target inflation, a slump in business investment, and the prolonged presence of external uncertainties provided sufficient reason for a precautionary cut.

  • Hunting for yield in frontier markets: Egypt

    Hunting for yield in frontier markets: Egypt

    White papersTue, 15 Oct 2019

    When smaller frontier markets put their financial houses in order and mature into benchmark names, early investors can earn attractive returns in these relatively niche, often overlooked places. Here we look at one example, Egypt.

  • Negative interest rates: a bold but dangerous experiment

    Negative interest rates: a bold but dangerous experiment

    White papersMon, 14 Oct 2019

    As the global economy slows and monetary policy approaches its limits, negative interest rates could spread. We shouldn’t be blasé about such a policy. It could have far-reaching effects across the financial system, especially in banking. In this unusual environment, investors may wish to favour growth companies that can outperform for longer, rather than locking in guaranteed losses on safe but negative yielding securities.

  • FLI: Surprisingly upbeat into Q4

    FLI: Surprisingly upbeat into Q4

    White papersWed, 9 Oct 2019

    The Fidelity Leading Indicator (FLI) has once again shrugged off an additional round of US-China tariffs, with September’s reading pointing firmly towards positive and improving global growth. However, mixed signals from the underlying components suggest an uneven and subdued recovery as we enter 2020. Overall, the FLI recommends a neutral position on risk assets and global duration.

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