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Jason Pidcock

Jason Pidcock

About Jason Pidcock

Jason Pidcock graduated from Essex University, and started his career with Henderson where he was assistant fund manager between 1993 and 1996. He then joined BP where he was responsible for stock selection and asset allocation in the Asia Pacific excluding Japan region for the BP pension fund. In 2004 he joined BNY Mellon (then called Newton) where he managed the Newton Oriental, Mellon Asian Equity and Newton Asian Income funds. In May 2015 Jason left BNY Mellon and joined Jupiter where he will be running their Asian Income Strategy. Jason's investment style is pragmatic with regard to style. He prefers a longer-term approach, which is reflected in a two to three year investment horizon. He has over 13 years of investment experience in the Asia Pacific sector.

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Citywire Rating: Not Eligible

Jason Pidcock does not currently have the required track record to be eligible for a Citywire Rating. See methodology

2007

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2008

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2011

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2013

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2014

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Jupiter poised for double income fund launch

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Newton EM fund to be merged into BNY Mellon

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Pidcock quits Newton to join Jupiter

Jason Pidcock has quit Newton Investment Management and is to join Jupiter where he will launch an Asian equity income strategy for the firm.

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Newton overhaul sees new managers on Oriental & Higher Income funds

Caroline Keen has been promoted to lead manager on Jason Pidcock's Newton Oriental fund, which Christopher Metcalfe will take over the firm's Higher Income fund.

Newton’s Pidcock goes on buy spree as cash falls to 20bps

Citywire + rated Jason Pidcock has taken the Newton Asian Income fund’s cash position to its lowest ever level after capitalising on valuation opportunities following the taper talk sell-off.

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Chatfeild-Roberts: Jupiter does not tolerate weak managers

Jupiter Asset Management chief investment officer John Chatfeild-Roberts has stressed the group’s willingness to remove underperforming fund managers as part of its commitment to excellence.

Leodis Wealth: UK small caps look pretty as American beauty fades

Robin Ghosh, investment manager at Leeds-based Leodis Wealth, is finding value in UK small caps and more nimble strategic bond funds but is increasingly wary of stretched valuations in the US.

Barclays top 20: investors pile into Marriage's Cazenove UK small cap fund

Paul Marriage’s Cazenove UK Smaller Companies fund was the best-selling fund at Barclays Stockbrokers for the second consecutive month as UK-focused funds dominated the top sellers in September.  

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