Fidelity European Values (FEV) recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. It aims to generate long-term capital growth from investment primarily in continental European equities, although up to 20% of gross assets may be invested in companies outside the FTSE World Europe ex-UK benchmark. Since January 2011, FEV has been managed by Sam Morse, who uses a bottom-up process to select companies that have solid fundamentals and are able to grow their dividends over a three- to five-year horizon. FEV’s NAV total return has outperformed the benchmark over three, five and 10 years. Revenue earnings are fully paid out as an annual dividend; the current dividend yield is 1.8%.

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