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Neptune adds share classes to several funds

Neptune Investment Management is adding dollar and euro share classes to several of its core funds.

In addition to the sterling base currency, four funds now have a dollar share class. These are US Opportunities, Global Equity, Japan Opportunities and Asia Pacific Opportunities.

US Opportunities, Global Equity, and European Opportunities also have a euro share class.

The changes are effective from May 1. Neptune says these additions are part of a strategy to meet the needs of a broad client base that wishes to access the group’s investment process in both dollars and euros.


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