Atlantis Japan Growth FundAJG:LSE

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Total returns on £1000

Fund / BenchmarkChange
PriceAtlantis Japan Growth (Ordinary Share)-2.69%
Atlantis Japan Growth (Ordinary Share)-7.87%
Morningstar's BenchmarkMSCI Japan SMC+0.48%
As of Apr 14 2014.

Atlantis Japan Growth Fund summary

Shares outstanding46.21m
Market cap50.40m GBP
Total assets58.00m GBP
Total expense ratio2.16%
Day high--
Day low--
Previous close109.00
Average volume22.12k
YTD Change-7.63 %
Diluted NAV (est)114.73
Diluted NAV (last pub)114.73
Premium/Discount-4.99 %
Gearing+109.00 %
52-week range
Jun 24 2013
May 22 2013

As of last trade AJG:LSE traded at 109.00, 3.56% above its 52-week low of 105.25, set on Jun 24, 2013.


Management group(s)AFMG Limited
AIC sectorJapanese Smaller Companies
Launch date10 May 1996
Share typeOrdinary Share
Base currencyGBP


To achieve long-term capital growth through investment wholly or mainly in listed Japanese equities.

Management & contract fees

Management agreement with Atlantis Fund Management terminable on at least one year's notice. Management fee at the annual rate of 1.0% of net assets accrued weekly and payable monthly in arrears.


Div yield0.14485
Div ex-date08 Aug 2012
Div pay-date31 Aug 2012

Managed by

Edwin C Merner Start : 10 May 1996
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