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Chatfeild-Roberts takes over as Jupiter CIO

Jupiter director of independent funds John Chatfeild-Roberts is to take over as the group’s chief investment officer from Edward Bonham Carter with effect from tomorrow.

Since 2000, Bonham Carter has combined the CIO role with his work as chief executive officer, a role he will continue.

Chatfield-Roberts’s position as head of the Merlin fund of funds team will remain unchanged.

In a statement issued by Jupiter, Bonham Carter says: “In recent years John has been involved with me in many aspects of my work as CIO. With Jupiter’s business enjoying strong growth, it is the right time for John to take on the full CIO role.

“This will enable me to have a greater focus on developing Jupiter’s growing business and extending its international reach. In the nine years he has worked here, John has added materially to performance for Jupiter’s clients. He possesses the right skills, experience and character to enhance Jupiter’s fund management capabilities and I am delighted he will be taking on this role.”

Chatfeild-Roberts says: “I am excited to have been given the chance to lead the team as CIO and contribute further to the company’s development, whilst continuing to manage the Jupiter Merlin Funds with my colleagues, Peter Lawery and Algy Smith-Maxwell.”


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