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Fidelity Funds - Euro Short Term Bond Fund D-acc-eur (0P00017WNH)

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Type:  Fund
Market:  Italy
Issuer:  Fidelity (FIL Inv Mgmt (Lux) S.A.)
ISIN:  LU1387834564 
Asset Class:  Bond
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  • Total Assets: 4.59B
Fidelity Funds Euro Short Term Bond Fund D Acc E 10.146 0.001 0%
Category

EUR Diversified Bond - Short Term

Total Assets

4.59B

Expenses

0.86%

Inception Date

May 04, 2016

Investment Strategy

The fund invests primarily in Euro-denominated debt securities, focusing its investments in investment grade European fixed-rate bonds with less than five years to effective maturity. The average duration of the fund’s investments will not exceed three years. The fund may invest less than 30% of its assets in non-Euro denominated debt securities. Exposure to non-Euro denominated debt securities may be hedged back into Euro (as described in the Prospectus).

Contact Information

Address Centro Empresarial VEGA NORTE, Edificio 3
Kronberg im Taunus,Madrid 61476
Germany
Phone + 49 (0) 800 000 65 66
Fax + 352 26 38 39 38
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Top Executives

Name Title Since Until
Rick Patel Co-Manager 2019 Now
Biography Rick Patel is a fixed income portfolio manager in Fidelity’s London office. He specialises in global and regional fixed income products, and was a quantitative analyst and key member within the fixed income team for five years prior to moving into an associated portfolio manager role in 2005. After two years, he was promoted to portfolio manager at FIA(UK).
Ario Emami Nejad - 2019 Now
Rosie McMellin Investment Director 2019 2020
Rick Patel Co-Manager 2019 2020
Biography Rick Patel is a fixed income portfolio manager in Fidelity’s London office. He specialises in global and regional fixed income products, and was a quantitative analyst and key member within the fixed income team for five years prior to moving into an associated portfolio manager role in 2005. After two years, he was promoted to portfolio manager at FIA(UK).
Ario Emami Nejad - 2019 2019
David Simner Portfolio Manager 2014 2019
Biography David Simner has worked as a quantitative analyst, director of quantitative research, and portfolio manager since 1996. Prior to joining Fidelity, he was with NatWest as a Quantitative Developer and with KPMG as an IT Consultant. David holds a BSc (Hons) in Computing Science from Imperial College.
Peter Khan Portfolio Manager 2010 2019
Biography Peter Khan joined Fidelity in 2000 as a Trader and was promoted to Head of Trading in 2003. In 2009 Peter became a Portfolio Manager and has been responsible for a number of global fixed income portfolios, including Fidelity’s Global High Yield and Global Income funds. Prior to Fidelity, he was with Bayerische Hypo-und-Vereinsbank as the Head of Trading of the London Eurobond desk. He holds an MBA (Finance and International Business) from Stern School of Business, New York University and an A.B. in History from the College of Letters and Sciences, University of California.
Rick Patel Co-Manager 2015 2015
Biography Rick Patel is a fixed income portfolio manager in Fidelity’s London office. He specialises in global and regional fixed income products, and was a quantitative analyst and key member within the fixed income team for five years prior to moving into an associated portfolio manager role in 2005. After two years, he was promoted to portfolio manager at FIA(UK).
Jeremy Church - 2014 2015
Biography Jeremy Church has been with Fidelity for 12 years. He joined Fidelity in 2001 as a junior fixed income trader with particular responsibility for government bonds and rates products. Jeremy was promoted to trader in 2003, and then to senior trader in 2009. He became Assistant Portfolio Manager in 2012 and Co-Portfolio Manager in 2013. Prior to joining Fidelity, Jeremy spent four years with Daiwa Securities Trust and Banking as a fixed income trader specialising in government markets and foreign exchange. Jeremy has a BA (Hons) in Business Decisions Analysis from the University of the West of England. He holds an IMC and is authorised as a Securities Representative and Futures and Options Representative by the SFA.
David Simner Portfolio Manager 2008 2009
Biography David Simner has worked as a quantitative analyst, director of quantitative research, and portfolio manager since 1996. Prior to joining Fidelity, he was with NatWest as a Quantitative Developer and with KPMG as an IT Consultant. David holds a BSc (Hons) in Computing Science from Imperial College.
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