Jupiter is pleased to announce a number of appointments within its sustainable investing strategies, doubling the size of the existing resource and adding fresh investment expertise to key portfolios.


  • Maiken Anderberg appointed Equity Analyst, working on Jupiter Global Sustainable Equities fund.
  • Noelle Guo appointed Equity Analyst, Environmental Solutions, working across Jupiter Ecology, Jupiter Global Ecology  Diversified, Jupiter Global Ecology Growth funds and Jupiter Green Investment Trust.
  • Laura Conigliaro appointed Analyst, Environmental Solutions.
  • Jenna Zegleman appointed Investment Director, Sustainable Investing.
  • Anisha Arora and James Kearns join Jupiter’s Governance and Sustainability team


Jupiter is pleased to announce a number of appointments within its sustainable investing strategies, doubling the size of the existing resource and adding fresh investment expertise to key portfolios.


Jupiter’s sustainability suite of funds offers clients a range of differentiated investment options with a shared goal of generating attractive returns through long-term sustainable investing. Following a strategy refresh earlier this year, Abbie Llewellyn-Waters was appointed as Head of Sustainable Investing, working with Rhys Petheram as Head of the Environmental Solutions team.


Maiken Anderberg joins the Global Sustainable Equity team as Equity Analyst. Having previously interned with Jupiter’s Sustainable Investing team in 2019, Maiken is returning to the company in a new permanent role, working closely with Abbie Llewellyn-Waters and analyst Freddie Woolfe with a dedicated focus on the Jupiter Global Sustainable Equities fund.


The Jupiter Global Sustainable Equities fund was launched in 2018 to offer clients an alternative to mainstream global equities by combining financial returns with positive environmental and social returns – enabling clients to participate in the transition to a more sustainable world. Having passed its three-year milestone in May this year, the fund continues to deliver strong returns for investors, delivering top quartile returns of 61.9% compared to 48.7% for its benchmark since launch*. More information on the first three years of this strategy can be found here.


Joining Jupiter in a newly created role, Noelle Guo is appointed Equity Analyst, Environmental Solutions. Supporting fund manager Jon Wallace and reporting into Rhys Petheram, Noelle will work across the equity strand of Jupiter’s environmental solutions suite. Noelle has eight years of equity research experience, joining from an Investment Analyst role at Pictet Asset Management before which she was at AB Bernstein as a Senior Research Associate.


Laura Conigliaro is appointed Analyst, Environmental Solutions. Having joined Jupiter in 2019 as a member of Jupiter’s Governance and Sustainability team, Laura will move across to the Environmental Solutions team, working directly with fixed income specialist Rhys Petheram with a particular focus on fixed income verification, also providing sustainability research into the desk’s environmental impact themes. Prior to joining Jupiter, Laura has held roles at the Inter-American Development Bank and sustainability management consultancy Critical Resource.


Jupiter’s Environmental Solutions suite of funds boasts a 33-year track record and over £1bn in AUM across the flagship Jupiter Ecology, Jupiter Global Ecology Growth and Jupiter Global Ecology Diversified funds, and the Jupiter Green Investment Trust. The strategy looks to invest in companies intentionally focused on providing solutions to sustainability challenges across key environmental themes.


In an internal move, Jenna Zegleman joins the teams as Investment Director. Having joined Jupiter in 2018 as a product specialist Jenna will provide client-facing support across the full range of portfolios in the Sustainable Investing suite.


In addition to these investment hires, Anisha Arora and James Kearns have joined Jupiter’s Governance and Sustainability team. An emerging markets economist and strategist with 10 years’ experience across sell side research and buy side asset management, Anisha joins from Allianz Global Investors and has experience in applying ESG considerations to macroeconomic analysis, as well as to the sovereign debt investment process. James joins Jupiter from BNP Paribas, where he worked initially in CSR within their Global Markets division before moving to become a Sustainable Finance Analyst.


Abbie Llewellyn-Waters, Head of Sustainable Investing, commented:
“As we navigate through this global pandemic, the importance of confronting the climate crisis, bridging social inequality and ensuring a sustainable future is more important than ever. By investing in companies leading a sustainable transition across our Global Sustainable Equities and Environmental Solutions strategies we are able to offer our clients a range of attractive and truly innovative solutions that deliver positive outcomes for planet, people and profit.”


Stephen Pearson, CIO, added:
“We are pleased to make these appointments to the team as we continue to grow Jupiter’s sustainability suite, helping us continue to innovate and build on our long heritage of sustainable investing. We are delighted to be making these appointments at this important point in time, cementing support for these key strategies with the addition of specialist insight and investment expertise.”


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Notes to editors

*Jupiter Global Sustainable Equities Fund performance:

Past performance is no indication of current or future performance. Please note this performance is shown to illustrate the strategy track record only. Performance of any individual fund or mandate may differ due to changes in domicile, regulatory framework, and charges.


Source: Morningstar, NAV to NAV, gross income reinvested, net of fees, Jupiter Global Sustainable Equities T Acc, to 31.05.21. *Since inception: 09.04.2018. Target Benchmark: MSCI AC World. Comparator: IA Global +Relative return is net and MSCI ACWL. Source: Jupiter/Statpro, in GBP, to 31.05.21. Numbers may not add up due to rounding. Target benchmark: MSCI ACWL in GBP.


About Jupiter:
Jupiter is a specialist, high conviction, active asset manager committed to making a positive difference for our clients by helping them achieve their long-term investment objectives. From the origins in 1985, Jupiter now offers a range of actively managed strategies available to UK and international clients including equities, fixed income, multi-asset and alternatives. Jupiter is a constituent member of the FTSE 250 Index and has assets under management of £58.8bn /$81.0bn /€69.1bn as at 31/03/2021.


Independence of thought and individual accountability define Jupiter. The fund managers follow their convictions and seek those investment opportunities that they believe will ensure the best outcome for Jupiter’s clients. They do this through fundamental analysis and research, a clear investment process and risk management framework, with a focus on good stewardship.


Jupiter believes that asset managers have a critical leadership role to play in helping to resolve some of the greatest challenges facing the world. In this spirit, Jupiter is proud of the long-established credentials in the fields of ESG and sustainable investment, and the ongoing commitment to specialism and innovation in these areas. Jupiter is a constituent member of the FTSE4Good Index, and a signatory on a number of key initiatives such as the UN Principles for Responsible Investment.


Jupiter’s values and responsible business practices are aligned with the principles of the UN Global Compact and the 2020 UK Stewardship Code. Having engaged with the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) on the implementation of the 2020 UK Stewardship Code, Jupiter supports this reinvigorated framework and has undertaken further investor outreach with the FRC and the Investment Association (IA). Furthermore, Jupiter obtained the A+ score for strategy and governance in the latest assessment of activities under the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) and also maintained the ‘A’ status under the PRI principles for our equities strategies and improved our ranking to an ‘A’ in fixed income. Jupiter is a member of the Investor Forum (IF), the UK body which helps facilitate collective engagement with companies, with Jupiter’s Edward Bonham Carter on the Board of Directors. Jupiter Chief Executive Andrew Formica is a Board member of the IA and a member of the UK Government’s Asset Management Taskforce, which represents the interests of our industry in key decision-making forums.

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