Bonham Carter steps down from Jupiter board for stewardship role

Mike Sheen
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Edward Bonham Carter is set to step down from the board of Jupiter Fund Management and as the firm's vice chairman next year to take up a role focussing on its stewardship and corporate responsibility activities, it was announced this morning. Bonham Carter has 35 years of investment management experience, including a stint as CIO and seven years as CEO of Jupiter, having also previously held roles at Schroders and Electra investment trust. In his role as vice-chairman, which he will relinquish after Jupiter's 2021 AGM, he has primarily focussed on engaging with key stakeholders, incl...

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