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1 FAST – Global Fund Dmitry Solomakhin Portfolio Manager May 2014

2 FAST – Equity fund range
Fidelity Active STrategy UCITS SICAV FAST EQUITY FUNDS Long equity exposure* Short equity exposure* FAST Europe Fund FAST Japan Fund FAST UK Fund FAST Emerging Markets Fund FAST European Opportunities Fund FAST Asia Fund FAST US Fund FAST Global Fund 0% 100% 0% 100% 0% 100% 0% 100% 0% 100% 0% 100% 0% 100% 0% 100% Comparison indices and launch dates MSCI Europe MSCI Japan FTSE All Share MSCI EM MSCI AC Asia ex Japan S&P 500 MSCI AC World 1 Oct 2004 14 Mar 2011 31 Oct 2011 31 Jan 2012 31 Jan 2013 25 Jun 2013 30 Sep 2013 * Shaded areas highlight flexible nature of extensions. Source: FIL Limited, 31 March Holdings can vary from those in the index quoted. For this reason the comparison index is used for reference only.

3 FAST – Evolution timeline
Oct 2004 Jan 2007 Feb 2008 Apr 2009 Mar 2011 Jan 2012 Jan 2013 Sep 2013 FAST Europe & FAST Japan launched Short extension increased from 15% to 30% UCITS conversion Daily liquidity introduced FAST UK launched FAST European Opportunities launched FAST Asia launched FAST Global launched Apr 2006 Jun 2007 Jun 2008 Oct 2009 Oct 2011 Jan 2013 Jun 2013 Daily valuation introduced Opportunistic hedging strategies introduced Enhanced reporting Capacity management programme introduced for FAST Europe FAST Emerging Markets launched Capacity management programme re-introduced for FAST Europe FAST US launched Source: FIL Limited as at 31 March 2014.

4 Dmitry Solomakhin Portfolio Manager - FAST Global
Funds under management FAST Global* Jan 2012 – Present** Experience at Fidelity Fidelity Global Technology Fund Nov 2008 – Oct 2013 Portfolio Manager Assistant, Global Equities Jan 2008 – Nov 2008 Research Analyst (European Aerospace & Defence; Airlines and Logistics) 2006 – 2008 Previous experience IT Project Manager, Gillette 2002 – 2004 IT Project Manager, Nestle (Russia/Poland) 1999 – 2001 Dmitry Solomakhin Portfolio Manager Based in: London Years of investment experience: 8 Education: MBA (Hons), INSEAD, France MSc (Hons), Applied Mathematics & Computer Sciences, Moscow State University, Russia Source: FIL Limited. *Fund was not available for purchase by clients until Sept 2013, when it was launched officially. **The representative track record for FAST Global began in January 2012 when it was run as an internal/pilot fund. Proof of concept phase from March 2011 to January 2012.

5 Global Equity Team Shorting Analysts Derivatives Team Traders / PSG
Global Equities Global Diversified Global Sector/Thematic Amit Lodha Global Focus/Real Assets Aditya Shivram Telecoms/Income Japan Dan Roberts Global Dividend Chris Moore Industrials, Natural Res. 9 Portfolio Managers 25 Equity Research United States Emerging Markets Europe 5 Portfolio Managers 17 Equity Research 5 Portfolio Managers 53 Equity Research* Dmitry Solomakhin FAST Global Dirk Philippa Property Securities 31 Portfolio Managers 42 Equity Research Asia Jeremy Podger Global Special Situations Hilary Natoff Health Care/Demographics 25 Portfolio Managers 52 Equity Research Sudipto Banerji Global Opportunities HyunHo Sohn Technology Nicky Stafford Consumer/Demographics Sotiris Boutsis Financial Services Shorting Analysts Derivatives Team Traders / PSG Quant 5 Shorting Analysts Find and analyse shorting opportunities 5 Derivative Specialists Advise and monitor use of derivative instruments Portfolio trading and monitoring 3 Technical Strategists Advise and monitor technical/market indicators Source: FIL Limited, 31 December *The number of Equity Research resources responsible for Emerging Markets coverage includes analysts with dual research coverage which are also counted under the other regions listed in this graphic.

6 FAST – Global Strategy Active long and short extensions to maximise risk adjusted returns Unconstrained and benchmark unaware global equity fund Long term investment horizon, but with dynamic stock position management Fundamental bottom up stock selection drives high conviction, concentrated positions: Typically stocks in total Long position sizes 1.0% - 5.0% Short position sizes 0.5% - 2.0% No exposure to illiquid or binary outcome stocks Source: FIL Limited.

7 Long positions – what I look for
Where normalised earnings are much higher than current earnings Recovery Beat the Fade Where the long term earnings power of the franchise is not appreciated by the market Special Situations Where the market is using an inappropriate fundamental approach to analyse the stock Source: FIL Limited.

8 Short positions – looking for absolute downside
Broken business models (usually in an industry undergoing structural change) Weak balance sheet, poor management & questionable track record Structural shorts (~ 2/3 of the positions) Common considerations Ownership structure Takeout probability Sentiment, technical indicators, short interest and borrow cost Shorter term in nature Specific catalyst Tactical shorts (~ 1/3 of the positions) Source: FIL Limited.

9 Idea generation & validation
Investment Universe c5,000 listed stocks worldwide Idea Generation - both Long and Short Fidelity Research Meetings, conferences, trips Global Sector PMs Idea Validation - both Long and Short Internal research Hypothesis challenges iteration Financial statements & annual reports Downside risk + stress test Sell side and technical research Portfolio construction Long Book Long / Short Book Source: FIL Limited.

10 Long position – Recovery
CME Group Price Great quality franchise with very high barriers to entry. Strong management team with very shareholder friendly approach. Earnings currently depressed by a variety of factors. Several important catalysts over the next two years. Core position in the fund. * Bought Sold Stock/CFD: Source: Datastream/FIL Limited, 31 March 2014.*Reduced on portfolio construction considerations Performance shown might represent trade initially deployed in the FAST Global Pilot. For illustration purposes only. Pilots are funded entirely by Fidelity and are not available for client investment.

11 Long position – Special Situation
Bank Rakyat Price Indonesian bank with a strong microfinance-focused business model. Micro underwriting acumen a key differentiator and harder to replicate than the market believes. Enjoys sustainable high returns in a country with low credit penetration. Liquid and well capitalised B/S. Core position in the fund. Bank Rakyat Stock + CFD Bought Aug 2013; increased CFD Oct 2013 and Nov 2013, Increased stock Nov 2013 Bought Sold Stock/CFD: Source: Datastream/FIL Limited, 31 March 2014. Performance shown might represent trade initially deployed in the FAST Global Pilot. For illustration purposes only. Pilots are funded entirely by Fidelity and are not available for client investment.

12 Bank Rakyat – Macro forces matter
Exchange Rate Price to Book Relative Bank Rakyat Stock + CFD Bought Aug 2013; increased CFD Oct 2013 and Nov 2013, Increased stock Nov 2013 Source: Datastream, 31 March 2014. Source: Bloomberg, Datastream 31 March End month data used.

13 Long Position – Special Situation
Serco Group Price Leading outsourcing firm under pressure from ongoing government investigations. Solid underlying business with high earnings visibility, margin expansion via improving mix and M&A . ROIC in excess of 15%. Compelling valuations; stock expected to re-rate once overhang dissipates. Serco: Stock bought Nov 2013 and Feb 2014 Stock/CFD: Bought Sold Source: Datastream/FIL Limited, 31 March 2014. Performance shown might represent trade deployed in the FAST Global Pilot. For illustration purposes only. Pilots are funded entirely by Fidelity and are not available for client investment.

14 Short position - Structural
BlackBerry Price Handset hardware and software vendor. Initiated short position on expectations that BlackBerry10 product cycle would disappoint. Service revenues under pressure and possibility of company becoming irrelevant within next few years. Added to short position on weak sell through data. Closed short position on profit taking. BlackBerry- 10/04/2013 Hedge fund New short 50bps Blackberry 14.85 BB10 product cycle likely to disappoint, service revenues will remain under pressure, company can become irrlevant in three years 25/04/2013 Increase short by 30bps Poor Z10 sell thru data 03/07/2013 Close short 9.61 Taking profit CFD: Open Short Close Short Source: Datastream/FIL Limited, 31 March 2014. Performance shown might represent trade deployed in the FAST Global Pilot. For illustration purposes only. Pilots are funded entirely by Fidelity and are not available for client investment.

15 Risk management Portfolio level risk (Barra) Portfolio level risk
Statistical risk analysis including factor exposures of the total fund and each ‘book’ ‘Real’ risks at the portfolio level Stock level risk Statistical risk analysis ‘Real’ risks at the stock level Additional risk control for short positions dynamic positioning & stop loss discipline Source: FIL Limited, 31 March Comparative index = MSCI AC World. Data includes any derivative exposures as an economically equivalent position in the underlying asset.

16 Exposure – total equity level - life of FAST Global
Pilot Fund Current positioning* % TNA Long positions (44 stocks) 113.0 Short positions (25 stocks) -18.6 Net equity exposure 94.4 Gross equity exposure 131.6 % Active money 112.8 Ex-ante tracking error 4.0 Source: FIL Limited, 31 March *After the aggregation of all investments, including derivatives on an exposure basis, linked to a particular issuing company or basket security (e.g. index futures and options). The aggregate holding is referred to as a position. Chart data shows the net equity exposure of the FAST Global Pilot from January 2012 to September 2013 and the live fund thereafter.

17 FAST Global – Performance vs. comparative index & peers
97% of peers beaten on performance 94% of peers beaten on IR at 1.13* Performance vs. comparative index and peer group Risk/return vs comparative index and peer group +60.7% +44.2% +39.3% Pilot Fund Source: FIL Limited, Morningstar Direct, nav-nav, gross income reinvested, in USD, 31 December 2011 to 31 March 2014 vs Morningstar Offshore Global Large-Cap Blend Equity category. While the FAST Global pilot launched in March 2011, the representative track record commences following a proof of concept phase. The FAST Global Composite reflects composited performance data constructed from the FAST Global pilot from 31 December 2011 to 30 September 2013, and thereafter the A-ACC-USD class of the live FAST Global Fund. While no fees were applied to the FAST Global pilot, its performance has been adjusted to reflect the 206bps predicted Ongoing Charges Figure of the A-ACC-USD class of the live fund, plus has also been adjusted for an estimation of performance fee had the live fund methodology been applied to the pilot. Live fund performance may differ from this pilot performance based on the impact of actual expenses associated with live fund administration, transaction costs, shareholder inflows and outflows, and performance fees. Pilots are funded entirely by Fidelity and are not available for client investment. All trading for pilots is transacted via Fidelity’s centralised dealing desk, in the same way as a live fund. However, in the absence of sufficient liquidity, all client orders must be completed in full before a pilot receives any allocation. Pilots may also not trade with client accounts. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. Numbers may not sum due to rounding. *Risk measures based on time periods less than 3 years are not statistically significant.

18 Fund Positioning Incrementally increasing Emerging Market exposure at the expense of the US Not a macro call but driven by bottom-up stock selection Emerging market-listed companies e.g. Bank Rakyat, and developed market-listed companies e.g. Volkswagen, Diageo Select large capitalization banks e.g. UBS, Credit Suisse, Citi Telecommunications equipment companies e.g. Cisco Systems, Ericsson, Altera Biotechnology companies e.g. Amgen, Abbvie Stock-specific ‘special situations’ Remain negative on US telecommunication operators, mining CAPEX and extremely overvalued technology companies Source: FIL Limited

19 Appendix

20 Performance - as at 31 March 2014 - FAST Global
Standard period excess returns (%) Calendar year excess returns (%) Net of Fees (%) 1m 3m 6m YTD 1Y Since inception (p.a.) Composite 1.7 2.7 6.2 19.7 23.5 MSCI ACWI 0.4 1.1 8.5 16.6 17.7 Excess returns +1.3 +1.7 -2.3 +3.1 +5.8 Net of Fees (%) 2012 2013 2014 YTD Composite 22.4 27.8 2.7 MSCI ACWI 16.1 22.8 1.1 Excess returns +6.3 +5.0 +1.7 Source: FIL Limited, nav-nav, gross income reinvested, in USD, 31 December 2011 to 31 March While the FAST Global pilot launched in March 2011, the representative track record commences following a proof of concept phase. The FAST Global Composite reflects composited performance data constructed from the FAST Global pilot from 31 December 2011 to 30 September 2013, and thereafter the A-ACC-USD class of the live FAST Global Fund. While no fees were applied to the FAST Global pilot, its performance has been adjusted to reflect the 206bps predicted Ongoing Charges Figure of the A-ACC-USD class of the live fund, plus has also been adjusted for an estimation of performance fee had the live fund methodology been applied to the pilot. Live fund performance may differ from this pilot performance based on the impact of actual expenses associated with live fund administration, transaction costs, shareholder inflows and outflows, and performance fees. Pilots are funded entirely by Fidelity and are not available for client investment. All trading for pilots is transacted via Fidelity’s centralised dealing desk, in the same way as a live fund. However, in the absence of sufficient liquidity, all client orders must be completed in full before a pilot receives any allocation. Pilots may also not trade with client accounts. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.

21 Attribution vs. comparative index as at March 2014
Delta adjusted average relative weights (%) Relative contribution (bps) Strategy Pilot Fund Total Primary Assets (Incl Cash) 0.0 2601 -78 - Long Book -4.6 -2.8 2353 -177 - Long / Short Book -0.9 -0.2 516 124 - of which Short only -19.1 -21.6 122 145 Cash + FX (Incl Hedging) 5.5 2.9 -269 -25 Fund Fees -760 -113 Other Expenses / Adjustments 5 -17 1845 -209 Source: FIL Limited, 31 March Data represents FAST Global Pilot from 1 January 2012 – 30 September 2013, and the live FAST Global Fund from 02 October Comparative Index is MSCI AC World (N). Data includes any derivative exposures as an economically equivalent position in the underlying asset. The pilot attribution data includes an estimation of the effect of fund fees, but live fund performance may differ from this pilot performance based on the impact of actual expenses associated with live fund administration, transaction costs, shareholder inflows and outflows, performance fees and taxation. The fund attribution analysis is based on the overall portfolio’s holdings and may therefore differ from individual share class returns.

22 Exposure – beta adjusted total equity level as at March 2014 – life of FAST Global
Pilot Fund Source: FIL Limited, 31 March Data shows the month-end beta-adjusted net equity exposure of the FAST Global Pilot from 31 January 2012 to 30 September 2013 and the live fund thereafter.

23 Exposure – sector - FAST Global Fund as at March 2014
Total Book Long Book Long/Short Book Index weight % TNA Consumer Staples 9.7% I.T. 12.7% Materials 6.1% Industrials 10.8% Energy Financials 21.5% Utilities 3.3% Health Care 10.6% Telecoms 3.9% Cons. Discretionary 11.7% Long Short Relative Source: FIL Limited, 31 March Comparison Index is MSCI AC World (N). Data includes any derivative exposures as an economically equivalent position in the underlying asset. Holdings in different securities of the same asset are also aggregated, therefore classifications are that of the main issuer.

24 Exposure – regions - FAST Global Fund as at March 2014
Total Book Long Book Long/Short Book Index weight % TNA Europe ex UK 17.0% UK 7.8% North America 52.7% Pacific Basin ex JP 4.5% Japan 7.3% Emerging Markets 10.7% [keep same scale on all 3 charts] Long Short Relative Source: FIL Limited, 31 March Comparison Index is MSCI AC World (N). Data includes any derivative exposures as an economically equivalent position in the underlying asset. Holdings in different securities of the same asset are also aggregated, therefore classifications are that of the main issuer.

25 Exposure – country and currency - FAST Global Fund as at March 2014
Relative country exposure: Top 5 / Bottom 5 Relative currency weights: Top 5 / Bottom 5 Index weight % TNA Switzerland 3.4% Indonesia 0.3% Sweden 1.2% Austria 0.1% United Kingdom 7.9% Netherlands 1.0% USA 48.9% Korea (South) 1.7% Japan 7.3% China 2.0% Index weight % TNA Swiss Franc 3.4% Indonesian Rupiah 0.3% Swedish Krona 1.2% Pound Sterling 7.8% Turkish Lira 0.2% Taiwanese Dollar 1.3% Korean Won 1.7% Euro 11.7% Japanese Yen 7.3% Hong Kong Dollar 3.0% Long Short Relative Source: FIL Limited, 31 March Comparison Index is MSCI AC World (N). Data includes any derivative exposures as an economically equivalent position in the underlying asset. Holdings in different securities of the same asset are also aggregated, therefore classifications are that of the main issuer. Source: FIL Limited, 31 March Comparison Index is MSCI AC World (N). Instrument-specific currency adjustments applied where appropriate to model equity derivative currency exposures.

26 Exposure – stock – Top 10 overweight / underweight – FAST Global Fund as at March 2014
Name Sector Region (% TNA) Index Relative Cisco Systems IT North America 5.2 0.3 4.9 Altera 4.8 0.0 Praxair Materials 4.7 0.1 4.6 Ericsson Europe ex UK 4.5 CME Group Financials 4.1 4.0 Monsanto 3.9 0.2 3.7 Danone Cons. Staples 3.6 JSR Japan Volkswagen Cons. Discretionary 3.5 3.4 Citigroup 0.4 3.2 Short Position - name withheld -1.0 1.3 -2.3 Telecoms -1.6 0.5 -2.1 0.9 -1.9 UK -1.7 -1.8 Exxon Mobil Energy 1.2 -1.2 -1.1 Microsoft -0.9 Industrials -0.8 Source: FIL Limited 31 March Comparison Index is MSCI AC World (N). Data includes any derivative exposures as an economically equivalent position in the underlying asset. Excludes index positions. In the underweight table, any short position names have been withheld in line with FIL’s disclosure policy.

27 Risk – life of FAST Global as at March 2014
Tracking error (ex ante, %) Beta (ex ante) Active money (%) Volatility (ex ante, %) Source: FIL Limited, 31 March Comparative index = MSCI AC World. Data represents the FAST Global Pilot from January 2012 to September 2013 and the live fund thereafter. Data includes any derivative exposures as an economically equivalent position in the underlying asset.

28 Quarterly Attribution – FAST Global as at March 2014
Delta adjusted average relative weights (%) Relative contribution (bps) Strategy 1Q-12 2Q-12 3Q-12 4Q-12 1Q-13 2Q-13 3Q-13 4Q-13 1Q-14 Total Primary Assets (Incl Cash) 0.0 468 133 114 169 388 594 36 -294 211 - Long Book -4.2 -5.7 -5.5 -5.1 -4.7 -2.7 -2.5 -3.0 543 16 117 188 235 176 -229 54 - Long / Short Book -0.1 1.4 -0.2 -1.3 -1.9 -2.8 -1.5 0.1 -0.5 -18 103 49 19 202 134 -129 -49 166 - of which Short only -13.8 -12.5 -12.1 -19.2 -24.5 -26.9 -24.4 -23.2 -20.1 -90 68 22 27 23 -29 35 104 Cash + FX (Incl Hedging) 4.3 4.4 5.8 5.5 7.0 7.5 2.4 3.5 -57 14 -52 -39 -8 -11 -16 -9 Effect of Fund Fees -65 -41 -78 -68 -143 1 -59 -51 Other Expenses / Adjustments 5 4 -3 -2 -10 -7 330 73 77 91 317 455 -363 154 Source: FIL Limited, 1 January 2012 – 31 March Comparative Index is MSCI AC World (N). Data includes any derivative exposures as an economically equivalent position in the underlying asset. While the FAST Global pilot launched in March 2011, the representative track record commences following a proof of concept phase. While no fees are applied to the FAST Global pilot, its performance has been adjusted from 31 December 2011 to reflect the 206bps predicted Ongoing Charges Figure of the A-ACC-USD class of the live fund, plus has also been adjusted for an estimation of performance fee had the live fund methodology been applied to the pilot. This attribution data includes an estimation of the effect of fund fees, but live fund performance may differ from this pilot performance based on the impact of actual expenses associated with live fund administration, transaction costs, shareholder inflows and outflows, performance fees and taxation. Pilots are funded entirely by Fidelity and are not available for client investment. All trading for pilots is transacted via Fidelity’s centralised dealing desk, in the same way as a live fund. However, in the absence of sufficient liquidity, all client orders must be completed in full before a pilot receives any allocation. Pilots may also not trade with client accounts. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. Numbers may not sum due to rounding.

29 Global Equity – research resources
Global research coverage across all industry verticals and geographies Healthcare Financials / Real Estate TMT Consumer Natural Resources & Utilities Industrials / Cyclicals2 US 2 4 3 3 3 2 Europe 2 7 6 7 7 10 EMEA & LatAm - 1 1 1 2 2 Japan1 2 4 4 4 1 10 Asia ex Japan team1 3 10 8 18 17 21 9 26 22 33 30 45 Equity Support 12 Specialists Global Sector PMs Sotiris Boutsis Dirk Philippa Hyun Ho Sohn Aditya Shivram Nicky Stafford Hilary Natoff Chris Moore 160+ research analysts and 7 global sector portfolio managers Source: FIL Limited as at 31 December Equity analysts only. 1 Analysts in Japan and Asia cover more than 1 sector. 2 Japan & Asia ex Japan “Cyclicals” includes Energy & Trading and Steel, Paper Metal and Mining.

30 A proprietary source of high value global ideas
Proprietary fundamental research Relative value added by Fidelity’s research recommendations, rolling 1-year performance Source: FIL as at 31 December 2013, all stocks equal weighted. Raw data from Analyst Rating Metrics (ARM) system. Europe includes EMEA & Lat-Am.

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