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Parvest Equity Japan Small Cap grows to EUR 1 billion in assets

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Assets under management (AUM) invested in Parvest Equity Japan Small Cap have reached more than EUR 1 billion(1) as the fund continues to meet client objectives for returns.

Parvest Equity Japan Small Cap features:

  • 3.84% annualised outperformance in comparison to its index over the last five years2
  • A team of four dedicated small cap fund managers and with the help of 17 research analysts bringing in-depth knowledge of local universe of Japanese small caps
  • Consistent Value-to-Growth investment strategy, seeking to identify value stocks that have the potential to show high earnings growth.
  • 4 stars from Morningstar
  • 1. AUM of EUR 1 010 million as at 30/03/2017
  • 2. As at 30/03/2017; 5 years annualized outperformance of the C-share, net of fees. Benchmark : Russel Nomura Small Cap (JPY) RI. Calendar performances net of fees, 2016 : 18.54%; 2015: 24.31%; 2014: 15.57%; 2013: 24.40%, 2012: 11.55%; source: BNP Paribas Investment Partners

 

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Parvest Equity Japan Small Cap is a sub-fund (open-ended mutual fund) of PARVEST, a UCITS V SICAV registered under Luxembourg law.
Investments in the fund are subject to market fluctuations and the risks inherent in investments in securities. The value of investments and the income they generate may go down as well as up and it is possible that investors will not recover their initial outlay, the fund described being at risk of capital loss. For a complete description and definition of risks, consult the last available prospectus and KIID of the fund. Investors considering subscribing for shares should read carefully the most recent prospectus or KIID that can be downloaded from www.bnpparibas-ip.com.
Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

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