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The Fund objective is to provide capital growth over the long term (at least five years). At least 70% of the Fund is invested in shares of companies in the financial services and related sectors based anywhere in the world. Up to 30% of the Fund may be invested in other assets, including shares of other companies, open-ended funds (including funds managed by Jupiter and its associates), cash and near cash. The fund manager seeks to identify shares that offer an attractive valuation case. The fund manager looks to identify major sector themes and then seek out what he considers to be mispriced companies through which to exploit these themes. The Fund will tend to invest in a carefully selected number of companies where the manager has the highest conviction. Comparator benchmark - MSCI All Country World Financials Index The MSCI All Country World Financials Index is an industry standard index and is one of the leading representations of global financials stock markets. It is easily accessible and provides a fair reflection of the Fund Manager's investment universe and a good relative measure to assess performance outcomes. The Fund is actively managed. This means the fund manager is taking investment decisions with the intention of achieving the Fund's investment objective; this may include decisions regarding asset selection, regional allocation, sector views and overall level of exposure to the market. The fund manager is not in any way constrained by a benchmark in their portfolio positioning, and will not hold all, or indeed may not hold any, of the benchmark constituents.