Born in 1972 in Cork, Ireland, John Baker obtained a BA in Modern Languages and Business Studies from the University College Cork, Ireland. He joined JP Morgan in 1994 as an investment administrator and went on to become portfolio manager from 1995 to 1999. He is currently vice president and portfolio manager within the European Equity Group High Alpha Team. His investment strategy is bottom up, best of value or best of growth of the fund. He enjoys horseracing as means of relaxing when he is not working.
Jonathan Ingram was born in 1978 and attended Oxford University where he obtained an M.Eng (Hons) in Natural Sciences (Metallurgy). Jonathan began his career in JP Morgan Asset Management (2000-2003) working as a quantitative investment analyst in the currency group. In 2003, he became analyst and portfolio manager in the European High Alpha Team at JP Morgan Asset Management. In 2007, he was appointed head of the team and he is currently portfolio manager of the JPM Europe Fund, JPM Europe Dynamic ex UK and JPM UK Dynamic Fund. Jonathan’s investment style focuses on a bottom up, best of value and best of growth strategy. He is a Certified Financial Analyst.
Anis Lahlou graduated from the French Grande Ecole ESSEC in Paris and is a CFA Charterholder. He joined JP Morgan upon graduation in 2000 as an analyst in the investment banking division and went on to become portfolio manager in the European equities group after transferring to Asset Management in 2005. He is currently managing director and portfolio manager within the unconstrained high alpha team, managing high tracking error long only European funds (“Dynamic funds”) and two equity long/short funds. His investment strategy relies on bottom up stock picking focused on growth, value and quality. Anis enjoys surfing and kickboxing as means of relaxing when he is not working.
To provide long-term capital growth by investing primarily in technology (including media and telecommunication) related European companies. At least 67% of the Sub-Fund's assets (excluding cash and cash equivalents) will be invested in equity securities of technology (including media and telecommunication) related companies that are domiciled in, or carrying out the main part of their economic activity in, a European country. Debt securities, cash and cash equivalents may be held on an ancillary basis.
Rank 5/9 Total Return
Rank 1/9 Standard Deviation
Rank 4/9 Max Drawdown
|3||JPM US Technology A Dis USD||GBP||
|4||T Rowe Global Technology Equity A USD Cap||GBP||
|5||JPM Europe Dynamic Technologies A Dis EUR||GBP||
|6||Franklin Technology A (acc) USD||GBP||
|7||Fidelity Funds - Global Technology A-GBP||GBP||
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|1||JPM Europe Dynamic Technologies A Dis EUR||GBP||
|2||Fidelity Funds - Global Technology A-GBP||GBP||
|3||AG Technology Equity A Acc USD||GBP||
|4||Invesco Global Technology A Annual Dist USD||GBP||
|5||Franklin Technology A (acc) USD||GBP||
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Month by Month Performance
Returns Vs Risk
- Hong Kong
- United Kingdom
- Launch date08/11/1999
- Share Class size135Mn
- Base currencyUSD
- Min. initial investment35,000
- Min. regular additional investment0
- Annual management1.50%
- Initial investment1.5