Jupiter's de Blonay backs tech-friendly companies as he future-proofs fund

'Natural evolution' away from traditional financials companies

David Brenchley
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Jupiter's Guy de Blonay is banking on a continued low interest rate environment in the US to support performance of the Jupiter Financial Innovation fund as he looks to future-proof his portfolios.

For traditional banks, lower interest rates are seen as a negative development, as their net interest margins - the spread between the rate at which they lend and rate at which they borrow - narrows. However, de Blonay's funds have seen a "natural evolution" over the past three years away from traditional financials companies and towards a new wave that is embracing the digital transformation. Jupiter Financial Innovation, which was renamed from Jupiter Global Financials in December 2018, is based on three pillars, de Blonay told Investment Week. Jupiter rebrands de Blonay's Global...

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