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Fidelity Index Pacific ex Japan Fund P Accumulation Shares

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Fund Provider Fidelity (FIL Investment SVCS (UK) Ltd)
Fund Summary The Fund aims to track the performance of the MSCI Pacific ex Japan (Net Total Return Index) (before fees and expenses are applied) thereby seeking to increase the value of your investment over a period of 5 years or more. The performance of the Fund is unlikely to track the performance of the index precisely. Examples of tracking difference are explained in the Prospectus Notes below and the KIID. The Fund uses an `index tracking¿ (also known as `passive¿) investment management approach whereby it aims to replicate the composition of the index. However, for practical reasons and/or to reduce the dealing costs of the Fund, it may not invest in every company share in the index or at its weighting within the index. As well as investing directly in company shares, the Fund will achieve exposure indirectly through the use of derivatives for efficient portfolio management purposes, for example, at the time of cash inflows to remain fully invested or to reduce transaction costs. In order to manage the cash position, the Fund may invest in collective investment schemes (such as liquidity Funds), including those managed by Fidelity, money market instruments, cash and deposits. Many funds sold in the UK are grouped into sectors by the Investment Association (the trade body that represents UK Investment Managers), to facilitate comparison between funds with broadly similar characteristics. This Fund is classified in the IA Asia Pacific excluding Japan sector. Performance data on funds within this sector may be prepared and published by data providers and will be used when evaluating the performance of this Fund. The IA sector most closely reflects the combination of assets in the Fund. For taxation reasons the Fund¿s performance can also be compared to the MSCI Pacific ex Japan (Gross Total Return) Index.
SEDOL code BHZK8G5
ISIN GB00BHZK8G51
Fund code PIPJA
Managers Not Disclosed
Manager Tenure 5 years
Morningstar Category Pacific ex-Japan Equity
IMA Sector Asia Pacific Excluding Japan
Fund Size £314 million
Fund Type OEIC
Management Style Passive
Total Expense Ratio (TER) 0.13%
Cavendish ongoing charge 0.05%
FundsNetwork Service Fee 0.20%
Minimum Initial Investment £25
Minimum Top Up £25
Minimum Monthly Investment £25
Sell Price £1.6792
Buy Price £1.6792
Price Change -0.3382%
Price Date 14th November 2019
Yield 3.12%
Dividend Frequency Yearly
ISA Eligible Yes
SIPP Eligible Yes
Inception Date 6th February 2014
Fund Status OPEN

3-year Mean Monthly Return: 0.577%

Annual Returns 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
Fund Performance +9.47% +6.49% +10.88% +39.81% -11.30%
Benchmark Performance
(Pacific ex-Japan Equity)
+7.83% +6.54% +10.33% +38.85% -11.33%
Time Period Cumulative Benchmark Performance
(Pacific ex-Japan Equity)
Fund Compared to Benchmark
1 day -0.34% +13.68% -14.02%
1 week -2.68% -0.14% -2.55%
1 month 0.17% -1.68% +1.85%
3 months -1.51% +4.16% -5.66%
6 months 4.29% +14.42% -10.13%
1 year 14.08% +7.68% +6.40%
3 years 8.10% +7.49% +0.61%
5 years 7.74% +8.39% -0.65%
10 years Currently unavailable Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
YTD 13.49% -2.94% +16.43%
Since inception 9.40% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable

Top 10 shares for this fund

Share Name Country Value
AIA Group Ltd HKG 6.86%
Commonwealth Bank of Australia AUS 5.63%
BHP Group Ltd AUS 4.26%
CSL Ltd AUS 4.17%
Westpac Banking Corp AUS 4.03%
National Australia Bank Ltd AUS 3.29%
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd AUS 3.18%
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd HKG 2.14%
DBS Group Holdings Ltd SGP 1.95%
SFE SPI 200 Index Future Dec19 AUS 1.91%
Dividend Date Per share amount Reinvestment Price
1st March 2019 0.0548 £1.5951
1st March 2018 0.0522 £1.5232
1st March 2017 0.0426 £1.4848
1st March 2016 0.0371 £1.0329
2nd March 2015 0.0362 £1.1603
3rd March 2014 0.0055 £1.0242