Jupiter to roll out Global Sustainable Equities fund to retail investors

£27m in assets under management

Beth Brearley
Jupiter's Abbie Llewellyn-Waters

Jupiter's Abbie Llewellyn-Waters

Jupiter Asset Management is opening up its Global Sustainable Equities fund to UK retail investors.

The institutional version of the sustainable fund, which is run by Abbie Llewellyn-Waters, launched on 9 April 2018 and has £27m in assets under management. Llewellyn-Waters, winner of the Fund Manager of the Year and Investment Woman of the Year accolades at Investment Week's 2017 Women in Investment Awards, said the firm has identified demand for sustainable funds offering broader returns than just financial returns and sees this as an "opportunity to drive greater engagement with underlying investors". Three share classes will be available (see above) so that the fund is as "access...

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