When London news outlets need a fund manager’s perspective on developments in the investment world, they turn to John Chatfeild-Roberts, chief investment officer and head of the Jupiter Independent Funds Team at Jupiter Asset Management. FT Adviser asked Chatfeild-Roberts for his thoughts on the resignation of Neil Woodford from Invesco Perpetual, the United Kingdom’s biggest fund manager, and Citiwire Money covered his response to inflationary turmoil in emerging markets at the end of September.
Chatfeild-Roberts is chief investment officer of Jupiter Asset Management, and financial media closely follow the investment decisions made by the company’s flagship fund-of-funds products as they use active management in pursuit of investment returns.
In an article for The Telegraph, Chatfeild-Roberts was picked as the “City professional” to be compared with a “self-taught amateur.” The article examined the way both investors approached their investment decision making. In sharing his perspective, Chatfeild-Roberts laid out his seven “golden rules of equity investing,” which include the need to carefully consider valuations and to learn from investment mistakes.
At the Sixth Annual CFA Institute European Investment Conference, Chatfeild-Roberts will discuss the challenges of balancing risk management with proactive strategies. You can register now to hear him in person, and follow this blog for more news and updates.
This post was updated on 11 November 2013, to change the final paragraph discussing John Chatfeild-Roberts’ session at the European Investment Conference.
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