5th April 2016

Talking Money: Finding opportunities in the investment trust sector

Jupiter's Richard Curling on how and where to look to find value

Are there good opportunities in the investment trust sector at the moment – and if so where? After such a strong run have the world’s equity markets risen too far too fast?

I put these questions to Richard Curling, who runs a fund of investment trusts for Jupiter Asset Management, as part of a wide-ranging discussion about the markets and the closed end fund sector in the latest Money Makers podcast. Often known as the City’s best kept secret, the best investment trusts consistently outperform their open-ended equivalents, but you have to know how and where to look for them.

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Richard Curling

Fund manager, Jupiter Asset Management

Richard joined Jupiter Asset Management in 2006 and is a fund manager in the UK Growth team. He manages the Jupiter Fund of Investment Trusts, the Jupiter Monthly Income Fund and the Jupiter UK Alpha Fund.

Before joining, Richard worked originally for Morgan Grenfell as manager of the UK Pensions and Income Funds, prior to its acquisition by Deutsche Bank where he was appointed managing director and head of Small Caps. In this position, held for more than 10 years, Richard was responsible for managing the UK and European Small Cap team and running Small Cap equity mandates. Between 1996 and 2003, he was also head of Global Small Caps and responsible for the Global/EAFE Small Cap product.

Richard has a degree from Edinburgh University and is an Associate of the Society of Investment Analysts.

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