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Hargreaves Lansdown adds Schroder fund to Wealth 150

Hargreaves Lansdown has selected the Schroder Japan alpha plus fund to join its Wealth 150 range after the vehicle was re-opened to investors back in July this year.

The £138m fund, which is managed by Nathan Gibbs, is currently 27 out of 48 vehicle in the IMA Japan sector over three years.

Hargreaves Lansdown analyst Meera Patel says: ““The Schroder Japan Alpha Plus Fund is one of a few Japanese funds that has been on our radars for some time.

“It has been a tough period for Japanese market, but the art of investing in this market is to try and pick the best fund managers with prove long term track records. We believe the Schroder Japan Alpha Plus Fund fits this category and we are pleased to include it onto our Wealth 150 list of our preferred funds.”


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