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International Opportunities Fund - A (JIOAX)

International Opportunities Fund - A (JIOAX)
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Georgina Perceval
Georgina Perceval Maxwell| Managing Director Biography

Georgina Perceval Maxwell is a portfolio manager in the Global Equities Team in London. An employee of J.P. Morgan since 1997, Georgina was previously a senior investment manager with Lombard Odier Ltd. in London, where she managed Asia ex-Japan portfolios for North American and European institutional clients. Prior to this, Georgina was a director of Kleinwort Benson International Investment.

Education
  • M.A., History, Edinburgh University
Experience
  • Industry Experience, 30 Years
  • Firm Experience, 18 Years
  • Fund Experience, 1 Year
Other funds managed by Georgina Perceval Maxwell:
Jeroen Huysinga
Jeroen Huysinga| Managing Director Biography

Jeroen Huysinga is a portfolio manager in the Global Equities Team. An employee since 1997, he previously spent two years at Lombard Odier (UK) Ltd., where he was a Japanese equity portfolio manager. Prior to this, he held positions with the British Steel pension fund as a UK analyst and a Japanese equity portfolio manager, after beginning his career at Lloyds Bank.

Education
  • B.A., Economics and International Studies, University of Warwick
Experience
  • Industry Experience, 27 Years
  • Firm Experience, 18 Years
  • Fund Experience, 15 Years
Other funds managed by Jeroen Huysinga:

International investing involves a greater degree of risk and increased volatility. Changes in currency exchange rates and differences in accounting and taxation policies outside the U.S. can raise or lower returns. Also, some overseas markets may not be as politically and economically stable as the United States and other nations.