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Published: May 2014

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AXA IM fundamental equity expertise

AXA Framlington is a fundamental equity specialist, based in London and Paris, managing over €56 billion of assets under distribution* as at 31 March 2014.

We offer a full range of high conviction equity products across global, regional and thematic strategies aimed at delivering consistent excess returns through fundamental, bottom-up stock selection.  We manage pooled funds as well as segregated mandates for sovereign wealth funds, pension accounts and corporate clients.

AXA Framlington is part of the AXA Investment Managers group, a multi-expert investment management company backed by the AXA Group.

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