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Ali Dibadj

Chief Executive Officer

Ali Dibadj is Chief Executive Officer of Janus Henderson Investors and also serves as a member of the board of directors. In this role, Ali is responsible for the strategic direction and overall day-to-day management of the firm. He also leads the firm’s Executive Committee. Prior to Janus Henderson, Ali was chief financial officer and head of strategy at AllianceBernstein (AB) from 2021. He held several roles with AB from 2006, including head of finance and strategy, portfolio manager for AB equities and senior analyst. Before AB, Ali spent almost a decade in management consulting, including with McKinsey & Company and Mercer. He also worked for law firm Skadden, Arps. Ali sits on the Board of Sysco Corporation.

Ali has a bachelor of science degree in engineering sciences with a specialisation in electrical engineering, from Harvard College, graduating magna cum laude and a juris doctorate with a focus on law and business, from Harvard Law School, graduating cum laude. He has 27 years of financial industry experience.

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What the higher cost of capital means for investors
Timely & Topical

What the higher cost of capital means for investors

How will the investment landscape shift in light of higher borrowing costs?

Shifting demographics: How post-pandemic working patterns are changing
Timely & Topical

Shifting demographics: How post-pandemic working patterns are changing

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) explores the shift back to in-office working and the uptake of AI while Janus Henderson CEO Ali Dibadj looks at what it means for investors.

Investors and the new era for geopolitics
Timely & Topical

Investors and the new era for geopolitics

The Economist Intelligence Unit explores some of the data behind geopolitics while CEO Ali Dibadj provides his perspective on what it means for investors.

Navigating change: Three drivers for long-term investment positioning
Features & Outlooks

Navigating change: Three drivers for long-term investment positioning

Ali Dibadj outlines the macroeconomic drivers likely to shape the coming decade and why these suit an active approach to investing.

Ironic – Don’t you think?
Features & Outlooks

Ironic – Don’t you think?

Why Canadians should invest more globally, and everyone else should invest more in Canada.