Edward Bonham Carter

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Edward Henry Bonham Carter (born 24 May 1960)[1][2] is the Vice Chairman of a British fund management group, Jupiter Fund Management plc.

Early life[edit]

Edward Henry Bonham Carter was born and raised in Golders Green, London. He is the elder son of Raymond Bonham Carter, who was a merchant banker, and Elena (née Proper de Callejón), a psychotherapist of Jewish descent. He has two younger siblings: his sister is the actress Helena Bonham Carter and his brother is Thomas Bonham Carter, who co-manages a corporate governance agency. He went to Harrow School[1] and the University of Manchester[1] where he studied Economics and Politics.[3]

Career[edit]

He was appointed Chief Investment Officer of Jupiter Fund Management in July 1999.[4] In 2000, he took over as joint chief executive when John Duffield left over disagreements with the management of Commerzbank. In 2007 he led a management buy-out, supported by US private equity firm TA Associates in which Jupiter staff (95% of whom bought shares in Jupiter) took a majority stake in the business.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Edward married former Wish You Were Here? presenter Victoria Studd.[5]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d James Moore (2007-04-26). "Business profile: The gods smile on Bonny". The Independent. Retrieved 2008-12-17. 
  2. ^ Nigel Cope (2001-07-16). "The Monday Interview: Edward Bonham Carter". The Independent. Retrieved 2008-12-17. 
  3. ^ Kieron Root (2003-12-01). "Mud, mud, glorious mud". The Independent. Retrieved 2008-12-17. 
  4. ^ Pridham, Helen; "Q&A: Edward Bonham-Carter" TimesOnline.co.uk, 24 February 2004
  5. ^ James Moore (2007-07-14). "Edward Bonham Carter: Jupiter's principal asset". The Independent. Retrieved 2008-12-17. 

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