Speaking to Evening Standards’ James Ashton, Jupiter boss plots a route through the brave new world of robots and Brexit.
Yesterday morning we were once again pleased to sponsor another Don City Business Breakfast held at The Don Bistro near Cannon Street.
Previously hosted by Anthony Hilton of the Evening Standard, this series of events touches on topics affecting the economy and UK business leaders.
In yesterday’s meeting, we heard Maarten Slenderbroek, CEO of Jupiter Asset Management, talk to James Ashton of the Evening Standard about how he believes the City is winning its battle against the robots and how it will survive post Brexit.
Faced with threats at home and abroad from robot advisers (and from activist shareholders) Maarten Slendebroek, whose company Jupiter has £47 billion of assets under investment, explained why he believes the City can win in these turbulent times, whatever the outcome of Brexit.
Once again, the discussions, enjoyed over breakfast, were informative and stimulating, with plenty of time given for questions and answers.
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