European Opportunities Trust plc
|Wirecard AG||12.16 %|
|Novo Nordisk A/S B||9.58 %|
|RELX PLC||9.12 %|
|Experian PLC||8.73 %|
|Deutsche Boerse AG||7.47 %|
|Intermediate Capital Group PLC||5.99 %|
|adidas AG||5.93 %|
|Amadeus IT Group SA A||5.61 %|
|Dassault Systemes SE||5.53 %|
|Grenke AG||5.36 %|
|United Kingdom||23.19 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||10.71 %|
|United States||8.06 %|
|Financial Services||22.63 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||9.89 %|
|Communication Services||9.71 %|
Alex Darwall joined Jupiter in 1995 and currently heads up the Jupiter European Team. He manages the Jupiter European Fund (Unit Trust), the Jupiter European Opportunities Trust (Investment Trust), the Jupiter European Growth SICAV and institutional assets. Alex originally joined Jupiter to run the European portion of a number of segregated pension fund accounts, subsequently taking responsibility for other accounts including County Council pension funds (European portion). In 1999, he assumed management of the Jupiter European Investment Trust and subsequently the rollover vehicle, the Jupiter European Opportunities Trust (Investment Trust), which launched in November 2000. Alex trained as an investment analyst with de Zoete & Bevan (BZW) before moving to Enskilda Securities in Paris in 1987, where he became Head of French Equity Research. He joined Goldman Sachs in London in 1992, where he worked as a French Equity Analyst prior to moving to Jupiter. Alex gained a degree in History from Cambridge University.
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