AVI Japan Opportunity

Investment Manager increases holding
RNS Number : 1062N
AVI Japan Opportunity Trust PLC
27 September 2021
 

27 September 2021

AVI Japan Opportunity Trust plc

AVI increases their holding in AVI Japan Opportunity Trust plc to 875,000 shares

 

Asset Value Investors ("AVI"), the investment manager of AVI Japan Opportunity Trust plc, has today announced the purchase of a further 100,000 AJOT shares in connection with AVI's commitment to invest at least 25% of its investment management fee into AJOT shares. This purchase takes AVI's total current holding to 875,000 shares.

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For further information please contact:

Joe Bauernfreund, Asset Value Investors

Tel: 020 7659 4800

 

About AVI Japan Opportunity Trust plc (AJOT)

AJOT is an investment trust established in 2018 to provide shareholders with capital growth through investing in undervalued cash-rich and over-capitalised small-cap Japanese equities. Asset Value Investors (AVI) the management group for AJOT, will leverage its three decades of experience investing in asset-backed companies to engage with management and help to unlock value in this under-researched area of the market, encouraging them to follow the spirt of the corporate governance changes in Japan.

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