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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 Resources 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 34 years of natural resources experience.

Articles Written

Avoided emissions – the benefits of tracking a climate positive metric on the path to net zero
Features & Outlooks

Avoided emissions – the benefits of tracking a climate positive metric on the path to net zero

Importance of avoided emissions and the implications for investors.

Resources ready to be recharged
Features & Outlooks

Resources ready to be recharged

Tune into this session as Daniel Sullivan, Head of Global Natural Resources, provides an update on the Janus Henderson Global Natural Resources Fund and shares his outlook for the resources sector.

What can we expect for commodities in 2023?
Timely & Topical

What can we expect for commodities in 2023?

There are multiple reasons for optimism on commodities and the wider resources sector in the year ahead.

Resources ready to be recharged
Timely & Topical

Resources ready to be recharged

A discussion on the outlook for natural resources in 2023 and why despite inflationary impacts, the long-term investment case remains strong.

Is the answer to CO2 emissions beneath our feet?

Is the answer to CO2 emissions beneath our feet?

To meet the world’s net zero targets, new technologies will be needed to rapidly reduce emissions and carbon capture, utilisation and storage is one solution gaining significant traction.

Could sustainable buildings help get us to net zero?

Could sustainable buildings help get us to net zero?

Multiple structural shifts are underway across the built environment as it undergoes rapid transformation to reduce its carbon intensity.

Can we feed the planet and still hit net zero?

Can we feed the planet and still hit net zero?

In an urgent bid to address the agriculture sector’s carbon footprint, while balancing the needs of feeding the global population, a wave of innovative solutions and technologies are quickly emerging.

Investing in the EV revolution

Investing in the EV revolution

As the push to electrify vehicles steps up, demand for the minerals required to build them is set to intensify.

Is green hydrogen a net zero game-changer?

Is green hydrogen a net zero game-changer?

The global race to decarbonise is driving strong investment into green hydrogen projects. As a renewable energy source, could this humble molecule prove to be a game-changer in achieving net zero by 2050?

Net zero: A once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunity?

Net zero: A once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunity?

The global commitment to net zero emissions by 2050 is gaining momentum, and investment in innovation will be vital to achieving it. This transition represents a multi-decade investment opportunity as the world targets a net zero future.

Global Natural Resources: Financial year in review

Global Natural Resources: Financial year in review

Daniel Sullivan, Head of Global Natural Resources, explains what happened in the sector over the year, what’s ahead and how the teams are positioning for their evolving outlook.

Resources in 2021: A year of transformation
Features & Outlooks

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.