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Investors are looking for income in a turbulent world marked by low interest rates without losing sight of their responsibility to society at large. Tackling the climate emergency and boosting equality and diversity in society are critical focus areas for governments and corporates alike.
Addressing these issues through a credible investment strategy calls for specialised skills, deep knowledge of the markets and active management to maximise value and minimize risks.
As a high-conviction, active fund management house, ESG considerations have long been integral to Jupiter’s investment process. In common with all of the company’s investment portfolios, Jupiter Dynamic Bond ESG will be aligned with Jupiter’s stated commitment to achieving net carbon neutrality across its own operations and the funds that it manages on behalf of clients by no later than 2050. Stricter ESG criteria are employed to determine security eligibility for the portfolio. Read more >
Why Jupiter Dynamic Bond ESG?
ESG in Fixed Income - why do it?
Engagement summary: Organon Q3 2022
The Jupiter Fixed Income team have engaged with Organon on a range of topics, from diversity to their carbon emissions. Find out what other points were raised and how Organon responded in the full engagement study.
Engagement summary: PeopleCert Q3 2022
The Jupiter Fixed Income team have engaged with PeopleCert on a range of topics, from climate risk to their gender pay gap and carbon emissions. Find out what other points were raised and how PeopleCert responded in the full engagement study.
Engagement summary: Lifepoint Health Q3 2022
The Jupiter Fixed Income team have engaged with Lifepoint Health on a range of topics, from how they report their carbon emissions to representation on their board. Find out what other points were raised and how Lifepoint Health responded in the full engagement study.
Engagement summary: HSBC Q3 2022
The Jupiter Fixed Income team have engaged with HSBC on a range of topics, from their gender pay gap to carbon emissions. Find out what other points were raised and how HSBC responded in the full engagement study.
Engagement summary: Center Parcs Q1 2023
The Jupiter Fixed Income team have engaged with Center Parcs on a range of topics, from their Scope 3 emissions to biodiversity. Find out what other points were raised and how Center Parcs responded in the full engagement study.
Engagements in Fixed Income: Barclays
The Jupiter Fixed Income team have extensively engaged with Barclays on a range of topics, from the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions within the companies they invest, to the gender pay gap and diversity and inclusion at board level. Find out what other points were raised and how Barclays responded in the full engagement report.
Engagement summary: Tesco Q2 2022
The Jupiter Fixed Income team have engaged with Tesco on a range of topics, from how their carbon footprint to using their scale to link innovators with farmers and suppliers. Find out what other points were raised and how Tesco responded in the full engagement study.
Engagement summary: NatWest Q3 2022
Anna Karim describes our recent engagement with NatWest, in which we discussed their progress against a variety of ESG metrics.
Jupiter Fixed Income Engagement Review – September 2022
In 2022, the Jupiter Fixed Income team have engaged with over 40 companies within their portfolios on ESG issues.
Engagement summary: TP ICAP Q1 2023
The Jupiter Fixed Income team have engaged with TP ICAP on a range of topics, from the gender pay gap to their carbon emissions. Find out what other points were raised and how TP ICAP responded in the full engagement study.
Why should companies care about diversity…and why we do
Anna Karim underscores the importance of diversity within the workforce and examines the various positive effects a diverse workforce creates for companies and their shareholders.
Fund specific risks
- Investment risk – Market and exchange rate movements can cause the value of an investment to fall as well as rise, and you may get back less than originally invested, even if the share class is hedged against the main currency of the Fund.
- High Yield bond risk – The fund can invest a significant portion of the portfolio in high yield bonds and bonds which are not rated by a credit rating agency. While such bonds may offer a higher income, the interest paid on them and their capital value is at greater risk of not being repaid, particularly during periods of changing market conditions.
- Interest rate risk – Bonds are very sensitive to interest rate changes and it is possible that issuers of bonds will not pay interest or return the capital promised. Bonds may also be downgraded by rating agencies. These events can reduce the value of bonds and have a negative impact on performance.
- Liquidity risk – In difficult market conditions, reduced liquidity in bond markets may make it harder for the manager to sell assets at the quoted price. This could have a negative impact on the value of your investment. In extreme market conditions, certain assets may become hard to sell in a timely manner or at a fair price. This could affect the Fund’s ability to meet investors’ redemption requests upon demand.
- Derivative risk – The Fund may use derivatives for investment purposes which under certain market conditions may cause the Fund to significantly fall in value. Investments in financial derivative instruments can introduce leverage risks which can amplify gains or losses in the Fund. Derivatives also involve counterparty risk where the institutions acting as counterparty to derivatives may not meet their contractual obligations.
- Counterparty risk – There is a risk that any company providing services such as safe keeping of assets or acting as counterparty to derivatives may become insolvent, which may cause losses to the Fund.
- Capital Erosion risk – All the share class charges are taken from income. Should there not be sufficient income charges will be taken from capital.
- Third party data risk – The Fund is dependent upon ESG information and data from third parties (which may include providers for research, reports, screenings, ratings and/or analysis such as index providers and consultants) and that information or data may be incomplete, inaccurate or inconsistent.
The fund may be subject to other risk factors, please see the Prospectus for further information.
This is a marking communication. Please refer to the latest sales prospectus of the fund and to the Key Investor Information Document (KIID) or Key Information Document (KID), particularly to the fund’s investment objective and characteristics including those related to ESG (if applicable), before making any final investment decisions. These are available from the document library.
Meet the team
Jupiter Fixed Income Team
Investors in the fund can benefit from the expertise and experience of our fund managers and credit analysts, who optimise exposure to all parts of the global bond market in any environment. The team is headed by Ariel Bezalel, Head of Strategy, Fixed Income, who has over 20 years of experience in sovereign and credit markets, along with Fund Manager Harry Richards, Fund Manager Vikram Aggarwal, a team of dedicated credit analysts led by Luca Evangelisti, Head of Credit Research, with additional expertise provided by Matthew Morgan, Investment Director, Fixed Income. The whole team is based in London, with the single location fostering strong team interaction, communication, and agility of active fund management.
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