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Mid Cap Equity Fund - Select (VSNGX)

Mid Cap Equity Fund - Select (VSNGX)
 ! This share class currently has a limited offering, please see prospectus for more details on the offering.
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Jonathan Simon
Jonathan Simon| Managing Director Biography

Jonathan K.L. Simon, heads the U.S. Equity Value Group. An employee since 1980, Jonathan manages numerous equity value funds. Jonathan joined the firm as an analyst in the London office, and transferred to New York in 1983. He became portfolio manager in 1987 and served as president of Robert Fleming's U.S. asset management operations from 1990 until 2000.

Education
  • M.A., Mathematics, Oxford University
Experience
  • Industry Experience, 34 Years
  • Firm Experience, 34 Years
  • Fund Experience, 12 Years
Other funds managed by Jonathan Simon:
Tim Parton
Timothy Parton| Managing Director Biography

Timothy Parton, CFA, joined JPMorgan in 1986. Timothy is a portfolio manager in the U.S. Equity Group. Tim has been managing the Mid Cap Growth strategy since 2001 and the Multi Cap Growth strategy since 2005. Tim's analytical focus is on technology, financial services, energy and industrials. During his tenure with JPMorgan, Tim has managed a variety of small and mid cap portfolios.

Education
  • B.Sc.,Economics/Accounting, University of Bristol
Experience
  • Industry Experience, 28 Years
  • Firm Experience, 28 Years
  • Fund Experience, 4 Years
Other funds managed by Timothy Parton:

Mid-cap funds typically carry more risk than stock funds investing in well-established "blue-chip" companies. Historically, mid-cap companies' stock has experienced a greater degree of market volatility than the average stock.

The Fund is aggressively managed and, therefore, is subject to greater fluctuation than an investment in a growth fund investing in proven growth equities.