UK - Jupiter Asset Management has made Emma Howard Boyd the head of its green department.
Howard Boyd takes over from Simon Baker, who will now only work in the green department on a part-time basis.
Baker will now spend more time on developing Jupiter’s fund management team.
In her new role Howard Boyd will continue to head up Jupiter’s Environmental Research Unit, with a particular focus on building up its engagement services for institutions and Jupiter’s UK funds.
Also Louise Johnson-Hill, who previously worked in fund management at Jupiter for six years, has rejoined the Jupiter as an additional member of the SRI fund management team.
Howard Boyd said: “Louise’s appointment further strengthens our fund management function, supported by our expert team of researchers.
“We look forward to introducing Jupiter’s SRI services to a broader audience than ever before.”
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