Jupiter AM's CEO and investment chiefs on share price woes, active management and the rebirth of absolute return

CEO Matthew Beesley and investment heads

James Baxter-Derrington
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Editor James Baxter-Derrington speaks exclusively with the investment chiefs of Jupiter Asset Management, sitting down with CEO Matthew Beesley, head of equities Kiran Nandra-Koehrer and head of fixed income Matthew Morgan.

Just over a year since the former CEO (in)famously quit to "sit at the beach and do nothing", Jupiter Asset Management's CIO-­­turned-CEO Matthew Beesley presides over a firm that has been in the headlines arguably more than most would hope for. During his tenure the firm has suffered through difficult results, the departure of anchor names Edward Bonham Carter and Richard Buxton, platforms restricting assets into its UK Mid Cap fund and the recent exit of chair Nicola Pease. Jupiter chair Nichola Pease steps down There have also been positive stories, including strong inflows to i...

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