TSMC and Infosys most frequent top ten holdings across JP Morgan AM trust stable

Emerging markets dominate

James Baxter-Derrington
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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company and Infosys Technologies feature most frequently across the top ten holdings of JP Morgan Asset Management’s range of investment trusts, appearing in more than a fifth of the firm’s closed-ended vehicles.

According to regulatory filings, TSMC appears in four of the trusts and is the largest holding for three of these - Asia Growth & Income, Emerging Markets and Global Emerging Markets - while Infosys does not represent the top holding in any trust. Companies within emerging markets feature most frequently across the stable of trusts, with only two developed market-headquartered firm appearing more than twice - Microsoft and 3i Group. Former Columbia Threadneedle CIO Colin Moore re-emerges on JPM trust board Similarly to TSMC and Infosys, Microsoft features as the top holding in two ...

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