Jupiter appoints Maarten Slendebroek as chief executive

Maarten SlendebroekMaarten Slendebroek will succeed Edward Bonham Carter as group chief executive of Jupiter Fund Management on March 17 next year. Bonham Carter, who became group chief executive in 2007 and led the asset manager through its management buyout that year as well as its subsequent initial public offering in London, will remain on the Jupiter board and take on a new executive role as vice chairman, reporting to Slendebroek. Slendebroek joined Jupiter in September last year as distribution and strategy director from BlackRock where he was head of the international retail business. ©2013 funds europe

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