Fidelity Investments

An interlude that is music to Anthony Bolton's ears

An interlude that is music to Anthony Bolton's ears

Anthony Bolton puts his success down to being unemotional and a contrarian investor. In interviews with the financial press, he is often described as unflappable. But put him in an opera house or classical concert hall and he checks that part of him at the door with his coat.

Monday, 25 February, 2013, 2:08pm

Pressure growing on sandwich generation

Asia's sandwich generation - adults 'sandwiched' between the competing demands of caring for their children and parents - will be under increasing financial pressure across the region.

20 Jan 2011 - 12:00am

Fidelity cuts fees for MPF products

Competition hots up as managers fend off flak

Competition in Hong Kong's HK$229 billion Mandatory Provident Fund is heating up, with another major provider cutting fees in response to criticisms of overcharging.

10 Oct 2007 - 12:00am


Ina Soong

Director of spa

InterContinental Hong Kong

8 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Fidelity rounds up activity in key areas

Fidelity Investments Management offers a wide range of investment products which provide exposure to markets worldwide.

18 Sep 2003 - 12:00am

Fidelity feeling benefits from outsourcing work

Fidelity Investments Management (Hong Kong) targets big companies for its MPF service and is in profit after two years of operations, according to managing director Douglas Naismith.

18 Dec 2002 - 12:00am

Big-caps focus of Fidelity tech, telecoms funds

Fidelity Investments is set to take advantage of the race for technology and telecommunications stocks with the launch yesterday of two sector funds for Hong Kong investors.

The world's largest independent fund management organisation said the technology and telecommunications funds would invest globally, with a strong bias towards large-cap stocks.

22 Sep 1999 - 12:00am

Fidelity all set to let bulls run in Europe

IF you are a euro bull, Fidelity Investments has launched three products denominated in the new, 11- nation single currency.

In this year's investment climate, low European interest rates, strong activity in mergers and acquisitions and developed capital markets make Europe a good long- term bet for savvy investors.

17 Jan 1999 - 12:00am

First, check the risk factor

TO set up a successful investment portfolio, a customer must first know how big a gamble he is willing to take, according to Bruno Lee Kam-wing of Fidelity Investments.

Once the risk position has been decided on, a package can be created to fit the requirements.

14 Dec 1997 - 12:00am

Chairman suffers from premature rejection

Fidelity Investments Hong Kong chairman Stuart Leckie said earlier this year he had resigned but would continue to be chairman until the end of December.

12 Sep 1997 - 12:00am

Equity fund turnover strikes record high

The record turnover on Hong Kong's share market was not the only indicator of unprecedented interest among investors last week.

Some of the SAR's fund managers said they experienced unusually high interest in equity trusts as turnover hit a record high.

25 Aug 1997 - 12:00am

Fidelity makes executive switch

Fidelity International announced a further shake-up of its Hong Kong operations yesterday.

Following on from the appointment of Brett Goodin as managing director of Southeast Asia and Australasia, Robert Auld, former director of research at Fidelity's money markets division, is to be chief operating officer for investments.

1 Aug 1997 - 12:00am

Thai woes set to continue

THE chorus of warnings about the problems facing the Thai stock market have been joined by Fidelity Investments.

The award-winning team sees a whole range of issues which are likely to keep the Bangkok bourse on the sick list.

These include a relatively weak economy, uncertainty over the bad loan situation at banks and a possible devaluation of the currency.

9 Mar 1997 - 12:00am

JFIM report to hasten shake-up

A tightening of the way fund management groups choose brokerages could accelerate a restructuring of the broking business, industry experts say.

Increasing competition, narrowing margins and high costs could force many brokerages to unbundle their services and focus on specialist niches, they claim.

12 Feb 1997 - 12:00am

Fidelity Investments strategist says Japan offers good value

Barton Biggs is not the only strategist who still believes in Japan.

Fidelity Investments' regional investment director Keith Ferguson sees good value and long-term potential for growing corporate profits in Japan.

Fidelity went overweight on Japan in the middle of last year, then increased its weighting in the last quarter, Mr Ferguson said.

22 Jan 1997 - 12:00am