Mellon Global Investments is to launch a retail share class of its Japan Equity Value fund, which wi...
Mellon Global Investments is to launch a retail share class of its Japan Equity Value fund, which will be available to offshore investors early in 2007. The Mellon Japan Equity Value fund aims to outperform the Tokyo Stock Price index (Topix) by 2% per annum and is managed by Mitsubishi UFJ Asset Management, the UK arm of the group. The fund follows the same value strategy used by the Japanese based Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Value team. It will be available to retail investors through the Dublin-domiciled Mellon Global Funds range.
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