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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Guy de Blonay of Jupiter

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...

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