Ben Whitmore's Jupiter exit delayed to October as future of Global Value fund determined later this year

Originally set to leave in July

Eve Maddock-Jones
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Jupiter will decide if outgoing manager Ben Whitmore’s new boutique firm Brickwood Asset Management will takeover management of his Global Value fund later this year, as his departure date is delayed to the autumn.

Whitmore announced he was leaving Jupiter after 17-years back in January, but the firm confirmed today (5 June) that his final day would now be "at least" 31 October 2024. Originally, Whitmore had been set to leave at the end of July, but Jupiter said this had been extended to "facilitate a seamless handover with his successors". Jupiter Merlin to retain £480m investment in Global Value fund after Whitmore exit The announcement of his departure has thrown up serious questions about the future management of his various portfolios. His Global Value fund was handed over to Brian Mc...

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