Bonham Carter steps down from Jupiter board for stewardship role

Takes up new role on corporate responsibility

Mike Sheen
Edward Bonham Carter

Edward Bonham Carter

Edward Bonham Carter is set to step down from the board of Jupiter Fund Management and as the firm's vice chairman next year to take up a role focussing on its stewardship and corporate responsibility activities.

Bonham Carter has 35 years of investment management experience, including a stint as CIO and seven years as CEO of Jupiter, having also previously held roles at Schroders and Electra investment trust. IW's 25th anniversary: Where are the rising stars of 1995 now? In his role as vice chairman, which he will relinquish after Jupiter's 2021 AGM, he has primarily focussed on engaging with key stakeholders, including clients and industry bodies. In a statement published this morning (12 October), Jupiter confirmed Bonham Carter would now serve as director of stewardship and corporate re...

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