Compare Japanese Funds
See below for a range of funds that invest in Japanese companies. Different funds have different objectives so ensure you read the factsheet for latest fund information.
|Fund Manager||Fund||Fund Manager Initial Charge¹||AMC³||Select Fund°||Fact Sheet||How to Invest|
|Schroders Tokyo||0%||0.75%||Factsheet||Apply Now >|
|The Fund’s investment objective is to achieve capital appreciation through participation in the growth of the Japanese economy. Investment will be based primarily on Japan’s economic strengths, such as its manufacturing industry (in particular on those parts of it that are demonstrating an ability to exploit newly emerging technology) and on sectors benefiting from structural change in the economy. Investment will be in directly held transferable securities. The fund may also invest in collective investment schemes, warrants and money market instruments. See latest fund factsheet for details.|
|Invesco Perpetual Japan||0%||0.75%||Factsheet||Apply Now >|
|The Invesco Perpetual Japan Fund aims to achieve capital growth in Japan. The fund intends to invest primarily in shares of companies in Japan, although it may include other Japanese related investments that the fund managers consider appropriate which may include units in collective investment schemes, warrants and other permitted investments and transactions. See latest fund factsheet for details.|
³AMC is the Annual Management Charge applied by the Fund Manager.
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