Shareholders reject proposed ESG changes for JPM bond fund

Global Bond fund

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At an EGM on 8 April shareholders voted against the proposals.
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At an EGM on 8 April shareholders voted against the proposals.

Shareholders in the £296m JP Morgan Global Bond Opportunities fund have rejected the providers proposals to change the objective, policy and name of the fund to a sustainable remit, Investment Week has learned.

The fund's objective is to provide income and capital growth over the long-term (5-10 years) by investing opportunistically in an unconstrained global portfolio of debt securities and currencies, using...

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