Following the success of our Autumn "Big Picture Series" and hugely positive feedback from many of those clients who were able to attend, we are delighted to announce our forthcoming "Value of Active Minds" virtual event series. Incorporating various formats and including views from experts across a range of asset classes, the series promises to showcase the latest thinking and ideas of some of Jupiter’s leading fund managers.

As each event date has now passed, please use the link below to access the full-length video recordings and highlights videos.

PREVIOUS EVENTS

The first of our “Value of Active Minds” virtual events featured four of Jupiter’s most experienced fund managers discussing the compelling potential opportunities available in UK equities as the country prepares to exit the pandemic lockdown and after securing a trade deal with the EU. Richard Buxton, Dan Nickols, Chris Smith and Richard Watts were in conversation with Edward Bonham Carter. We are pleased to share the full-length video recording of the event as well as a shortened highlights via the link below.

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To assuage your “Zoom fatigue” we’ve given our fund managers just eight minutes each to share the latest insights on their areas of expertise. The first event in this “Quick thinking” series featured Alejandro Arevalo on why this could be a great time to allocate to emerging market debt, Mark Nash on finding diversification in alternative fixed income, and Ned Naylor-Leyland on the stories behind the headlines in gold and silver.

We are pleased to share the full-length video recording of the event as well as a shortened highlights via the link below.

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This rapid journey through the thinking of some of Jupiter’s brightest minds will take you to Japan, through emerging markets and explore the world of global sustainable investing, all in just half an hour. Your guides are Abbie Llewellyn-Waters, Dan Carter and Nick Payne.

The link below will take you to the video recording of this event.

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The latest event in our “Value of Active Minds” virtual events series is now available for catch-up viewing, as we start our stopwatches and give three fund managers just 8 minutes each to update you on their area of expertise.

Mark Heslop explains how to recognise great European growth companies, Jason Pidcock looks beyond the pandemic to a post-Covid world in Asian equity income, while Brinton Johns from NZS outlines why ‘Resilience’ and ‘Optionality’ are crucial characteristics for portfolios navigating the increasing pace of change throughout the global economy.

Unfortunately due to time zone restrictions you were unable to watch this live but we are pleased to share the full-length video recording and shortened highlights film with you via the link below.

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Please join John Chatfeild-Roberts, Algy Smith-Maxwell, Alastair Irvine and other members of the Jupiter independent funds team as they provide fast insights into macroeconomics, the outlook for markets, global vaccine programmes and the Biden White House. Edward Bonham Carter also joins the discussion as the team share their views on environmental, social and governance issues.

The link below will take you to the video recording of this event.

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On-demand content will be available soon.

If you are interested in viewing the content from our Big Picture Series virtual events that took place in 2020, please click here.