Published by : Jupiter
James Clunie, manager of the Jupiter Absolute Return Fund, talked about the ‘Three degrees of resilience’ at the Jupiter Investor Conference that took place on 21 September 2016 at the Corinthia Hotel in London.
For James, resilience is not just one dimension but should be apparent in the investment process, the emotional temperament of the fund manager and communication between manager and client. He believes resilience in these key areas can have a meaningful impact on financial performance and the overall client experience. The following is a brief summary of the presentation James gave on the day.
Published:20 October 2016
Business Area: Investments
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