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Daniel Sullivan

Head of Global Natural Resources | Portfolio Manager
Daniel Sullivan | Janus Henderson Investors

Daniel Sullivan is Head of Global Natural Resources and a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2019. He is a portfolio manager within the suite of Global Natural Resource strategies. Previously, he was a portfolio manager and senior resource analyst at 90 West, which Henderson acquired in 2015. Earlier, he worked as an analyst and a portfolio manager at Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Asset Management, Zurich Scudder Investments, and AMP Investments.

Daniel received a bachelor of mining engineering degree (Hons) from the University of Sydney and a graduate diploma of applied finance and investment from the Securities Institute of Australia. He has 33 years of natural resources experience.

Articles Written

Natural resources: the nexus of sustainable development and decarbonisation

Natural resources: the nexus of sustainable development and decarbonisation

The outlook for natural resources as decarbonisation and the growing emphasis on sustainability create multi-decade investment opportunities.

Global Natural Resources: COP26 perspective

Global Natural Resources: COP26 perspective

Daniel Sullivan, Head of Global Natural Resources, discusses what COP-26 means for natural resources investors and the opportunities arising from a climate-conscious world.

Resources in 2021: A year of transformation

Resources in 2021: A year of transformation

Daniel Sullivan, Head of Global Natural Resources at Janus Henderson, discusses the key factors driving the outlook for natural resources and what’s ahead for mining, energy and agriculture.

Are we entering the next commodities supercycle?
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Are we entering the next commodities supercycle?

Daniel Sullivan, Head of Global Natural Resources at Janus Henderson, discusses the factors pointing to a potential multi-year supercycle for commodities and what this means for the opportunity in resources equities.