JPMorgan Japanese’s objective is to achieve capital growth from investments in Japanese companies by long term outperformance of the Company’s benchmark index, the Tokyo Stock Exchange 1st Section Index (‘TOPIX’) expressed in sterling terms. In order to achieve its investment objective and to seek to manage risk, the company invests in a diversified portfolio of quoted Japanese companies. The number of investments in the portfolio will normally range between 50 and 100. The average number of holdings in the portfolio has reduced in recent years as the manager has focused on those companies that have strong balance sheets and are not affected by macro-economic issues. The company makes use of both long and short term borrowings to increase returns and focuses on first hand company research and analysis.
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