Jupiter's Edward Bonham Carter to exit the firm after 28 years

To focus on his non-executive career

Valeria Martinez
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Industry veteran Edward Bonham Carter will depart Jupiter Fund Management at the end of the year after nearly three decades at the firm.

After 28 years at Jupiter in various roles, including as CEO overseeing Jupiter's management buyout in 2007 and London Stock Exchange listing in 2010, Bonham Carter will leave the company on 31 December to focus on his external non-executive positions, the firm said.  He was appointed vice chair in 2014 and stepped down from the board in May 2021 to allow him greater flexibility to manage his portfolio of external appointments.  Since then, his work at Jupiter has been focused on assisting with Jupiter's stewardship and corporate responsibility activities. Following his departure, ...

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