Jupiter Asset Management

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ABOUT JUPITER

Jupiter was founded in 1985 and has since become one of the UK’s most respected and successful fund management groups. From our origins as a manager primarily of investment trust and private client portfolios, we expanded into institutional fund management before mutual funds became the key engine of growth.

In 2007, Jupiter’s employees bought the Jupiter Group from its parent company Commerzbank through a management buyout supported by private equity firm TA Associates, and other minority investors. In June 2010 Jupiter listed on the London Stock Exchange. Many of our fund managers and other employees continue to hold shares in the Company and in addition, we encourage our fund managers to invest their own money into Jupiter funds, helping to create what we believe to be a stable environment in which the interests of our fund managers and other employees are aligned with those of our customers.

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