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Pidcock quits Newton to join Jupiter

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.

Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in GBP
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 14.5% (30 April 2014 - 30 April 2015)
Total Return
1 of 126

28.9%

2 of 126

28.0%

3 of 126

27.6%

3 of 126

27.6%

5 of 126

27.0%

5 of 126

27.0%

7 of 126

25.8%

7 of 126

25.8%

7 of 126

25.8%

10 of 126

25.6%

10 of 126

25.6%

12 of 126

24.9%

12 of 126

24.9%

14 of 126

24.4%

15 of 126

24.2%

16 of 126

23.9%

17 of 126

23.7%

18 of 126

23.6%

19 of 126

22.7%

20 of 126

22.5%

21 of 126

21.7%

22 of 126

20.9%

23 of 126

20.6%

24 of 126

20.5%

25 of 126

20.4%

25 of 126

20.4%

27 of 126

20.4%

28 of 126

19.6%

29 of 126

19.3%

30 of 126

19.1%

31 of 126

18.9%

32 of 126

18.3%

33 of 126

18.1%

33 of 126

18.1%

35 of 126

17.7%

36 of 126

17.5%

36 of 126

17.5%

38 of 126

17.4%

38 of 126

17.4%

40 of 126

17.2%

41 of 126

16.8%

42 of 126

16.8%

43 of 126

16.7%

44 of 126

16.6%

45 of 126

16.6%

45 of 126

16.6%

47 of 126

16.4%

47 of 126

16.4%

49 of 126

16.0%

50 of 126

15.5%

51 of 126

15.4%

51 of 126

15.4%

53 of 126

15.0%

54 of 126

15.0%

55 of 126

14.9%

56 of 126

14.9%

57 of 126

14.8%

57 of 126

14.8%

59 of 126

14.6%

59 of 126

14.6%

59 of 126

14.6%

62 of 126

14.2%

63 of 126

14.1%

64 of 126

14.1%

65 of 126

14.0%

66 of 126

13.9%

67 of 126

13.7%

68 of 126

13.6%

68 of 126

13.6%

70 of 126

13.4%

71 of 126

13.4%

72 of 126

12.8%

73 of 126

12.8%

73 of 126

12.8%

73 of 126

12.8%

76 of 126

12.1%

77 of 126

11.8%

78 of 126

11.0%

79 of 126

10.9%

80 of 126

10.8%

80 of 126

10.8%

82 of 126

10.6%

83 of 126

10.6%

84 of 126

10.6%

84 of 126

10.6%

86 of 126

10.4%

87 of 126

10.4%

88 of 126

10.3%

89 of 126

10.0%

90 of 126

9.9%

91 of 126

9.8%

91 of 126

9.8%

93 of 126

9.6%

94 of 126

9.5%

95 of 126

9.5%

96 of 126

9.4%

97 of 126

9.2%

98 of 126

9.2%

99 of 126

9.2%

100 of 126

8.9%

100 of 126

8.9%

102 of 126

8.8%

102 of 126

8.8%

104 of 126

8.7%

104 of 126

8.7%

104 of 126

8.7%

107 of 126

8.5%

108 of 126

8.4%

109 of 126

8.4%

110 of 126

7.5%

111 of 126

6.9%

112 of 126

6.6%

113 of 126

5.9%

113 of 126

5.9%

113 of 126

5.9%

113 of 126

5.9%

117 of 126

5.2%

118 of 126

4.9%

119 of 126

3.7%

120 of 126

3.4%

121 of 126

2.9%

122 of 126

2.2%

123 of 126

1.6%

123 of 126

1.6%

125 of 126

-8.1%

125 of 126

-8.1%

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