For wholesale investors in Australia

Dinesh Kuhadas, CA, CPA

Credit Analyst

Dinesh Kuhadas is a Credit Analyst on the Australian Fixed Interest Team with Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2020. Before joining the firm, he was a credit investment analyst from 2014, a manager – accounting & finance, credit division from 2010, and a fund financial accountant – private equity fund/credit division from 2008, all at River Capital in Melbourne. Prior to this, Dinesh was a senior analyst at Deloitte from 2005. Earlier, he was a senior associate and senior accountant/graduate at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) from 2001.

Dinesh received his bachelor of accountancy degree (Hons) with a minor in law from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Australia. He has 20 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

A bond investor’s perspective on REITs
Investment Viewpoints

A bond investor’s perspective on REITs

Dinesh Kuhadas, Credit Analyst and Liz Harrison, Fixed Interest Analyst & ESG, provide a different perspective on REITs, the key themes affecting the sector and how the team view it as an investment opportunity.

Are the major banks immune to COVID?

Are the major banks immune to COVID?

Dinesh Kuhadas, Credit Analyst in the Janus Henderson Australian Fixed Interest Team, highlights how the provisions put in place in the wake of the GFC, along with an unprecedented response from policy makers has built a resilient banking sector in Australia.

Is infrastructure still defensive?

Is infrastructure still defensive?

COVID-19 has turned the world upside down and with it many investment principles. Members of the Janus Henderson Australian Fixed Interest Team discuss whether infrastructure is still a valid defensive investment.

Bucking the trend – CBA’s well-timed hybrid issue
Investment Viewpoints

Bucking the trend – CBA’s well-timed hybrid issue

Members of the Australian Fixed Interest Team discuss Commonwealth Bank’s latest hybrid issue and why they are taking advantage of market conditions, breaking with the recent trend of Tier 2 debt issuance from the major banks.

Unquestionably stronger – what TLAC means for investors
Investment Viewpoints

Unquestionably stronger – what TLAC means for investors

The Australian Fixed Interest Team evaluate the tension between the RBA and the major banks and how much of the RBA’s 50bps cut in the official cash rate has been passed onto borrowers.

The battle of the banks – the RBA vs the Big Four
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The battle of the banks – the RBA vs the Big Four

Members of Australian Fixed Interest Team examine the tension between the RBA and the major banks and how much of the RBA’s 50bps cut in the official cash rate has been passed onto borrowers.