JPMorgan Brazil’s objective is to provide shareholders with long term total returns, predominantly comprising capital growth but with the potential for income, by investing primarily in Brazilian focused companies. The board seeks to manage the company’s risk by imposing various investment limits and restrictions. The company invests primarily in Brazilian companies and those incorporated or listed outside Brazil whose Brazilian operations constitute a material part of their business. Up to 10% of assets may be invested in companies focused on other Latin American countries. There is no limit placed on the market capitalisation or sector of any investee companies. JPMorgan Brazil may hold as little as 60% of its gross assets in equities if it is considered to be beneficial to performance.
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