Jupiter Asset Management's meeting with its UK Income fund manager William Littlewood, who has been ...
Jupiter Asset Management's meeting with its UK Income fund manager William Littlewood, who has been on a three-month sabbatical, has been postponed until this week.
The group is meeting Littlewood to discuss his future with the company. In a separate move the group has added a Dynamic Growth option to its range of three-in-one Isa plans. The Dynamic option will give Isa investors an equal split between its UK smaller companies, European Special Situations and Global Technology funds.
As the technology fund is not eligible for Pep investments, for Pep transfers the funds will be split with 25% in Global technology and the remainder between the other two funds.
Jupiter also offers three-in-one Isas on an Income, Growth and International basis.
Its 1% discount on lump sum investments into these options will also be available for Dynamic Growth. The offer ends 1 June.
The group estimates it took in £110m in Isa sales in the three working days during April prior to the end of the tax year. The group estimated this was the equivalent of 10% of its total Isa business for the last tax year.
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