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Jupiter Asset Management is a UK fund management group, managing equity and bond investments for private and institutional investors.
The company manages assets across a wide range of international and UK-based mutual funds, investment companies and institutional mandates, as well as providing wealth management services.
The company offers a variety of equity portfolios, as well as multi-manager funds and specialist thematic investments. It also has a growing fixed-interest franchise.
It was established by John Duffield in 1985 and later sold to German bank Commerzbank. Jupiter bought itself out from Commerzbank in an MBO in June 2007 and around 95% of the company's staff became shareholders.
In June 2010, Jupiter floated on the London Stock Exchange. Employees retained around 41% ownership of the company on the day of listing.
Working alongside Dan Carter
Jupiter UK Alpha and Enhanced Distribution
Follows Crockford departure
Most successful managers take a trip down memory lane
Favouring US Treasuries over UK gilts
But opportunity to be found outside of the traditional
Covering technology and alternative companies
Which products can withstand market turbulence?
Introducing new fee
Formica returns to board
Trio of promotions
Run by Adam Darling
Looking to add new strategies
Change of objective
Talking Strategies: The number of companies in Asia with higher payout ratios have grown since the mid-1990s, but some investors remain wary of searching for income in Asia and Japan. In this video, Jupiter's Jason Pidcock and Dan Carter explain why this...
Adding strategist to team
Turnaround from 2017
De-risks in favour of US Treasuries
Industry Voice: The sell-off in emerging markets this year has created a more favourable environment for Asian income funds, allowing them to deliver strong returns relative to the index and display their ability to mitigate risks to investors' capital....
Managed by Darren Starr
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Avoid taking algorithms at face value
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