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Winterthur monitors Jupiter fund performance

Winterthur Life has found that all of the funds within its Elite Managed funds still meet the performance criteria set when it lanched in November.


The committee is keeping a close eye on the Jupiter fund, which despite its poor results recently has an excellent long term track record.


Winterthur Life marketing manager Sandra Fulton says: “As part of our investment process, our investment sub-committee monitors the performance of all the funds which make up the Elite funds. This committee will take action if any fund falls short of the criteria we require.”

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