Advisory Board JSF

Change in composition of Advisory Board Juno Selection Fund

Juno Investment Partners is pleased to report that Ms. Dora Horjus has accepted their invitation to become a member of the Advisory Board of its proprietary fund, the Juno Selection Fund. Dora is a highly experienced marketing and communication specialist and has been a board member at the COT Institute for Safety and Crisis Management since 2008. The COT is a full subsidiary of Aon, the international service manager in risk management, employee benefits and insurance.

Previously, Dora worked for 12 years as a board member at Zwart and Partners, a firm specialized in communication advice. Her many years of experience with communication and the business aspects related to the introduction of new brands, setting up communication departments and guiding change processes, as well as offering strategic advice for (top) management and crisis management in different industries, will be a significant asset to Juno.

The Juno Investment Partners team considers Dora to be a highly suitable addition to advise them on both the continuing increase in number of participants and in assets under management, but also to contribute more generally to Juno’s marketing and communication strategy. Dora succeeds Mr. Frank de Moes. His business requires him to spend more and more time abroad, which makes it impossible for him to stay actively involved.

The Juno Selection Fund, which was started in January 2008, ranks amongst the absolute top- performing European equity investment funds. As per the end of September 2011, it is the fund with the highest three year return within the “European Midcap Equities” category. These returns were achieved with below average risk levels. Moreover, it is the only Dutch fund in its category to have been awarded a five star rating by Morningstar. These accomplishments give rise to great interest in the fund as well as an increase in number of participants.

Whereas participation in the Juno Selection Fund is possible from a minimum investment of €100.000, it is also possible to participate in the European small and midcap stock picking strategy through a segregated account with a minimum of €5 million.

About Juno Investment Partners

Juno invests in extraordinary European Small and Midcap companies. Companies that can continue to achieve a predictable and stable profit growth, year after year, are considered for investment. During this selection process, the emphasis lies on the return on invested capital and free cash flows that are highly predictable in nature. Our analysts / asset managers put together a highly concentrated portfolio of companies that they themselves have identified, analyzed and visit frequently. These companies often remain in the portfolio for a longer period of time (over three years). With this investment style, Juno has achieved superior investment results for its clients during the past years.

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