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John Pattullo

Co-Head of Strategic Fixed Income | Portfolio Manager
John Pattullo | Janus Henderson Investors

John Pattullo is Co-Head of Strategic Fixed Income at Janus Henderson Investors. He manages and co-manages a range of strategic fixed income strategies and funds meeting different client needs globally. John joined Henderson in 1997 as a trainee manager in corporate bonds and was head of the Strategic Fixed Income Team from 2009 until 2015 when he became Co-Head with Jenna Barnard. Prior to Henderson, he spent four years as a chartered accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

John has an MA (Hons) in economics from the University of St Andrews. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (CA) and an associate member of the Society of Investment Professionals (ASIP). He has 28 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Strategic Fixed Income: a more fertile environment for bond returns

Strategic Fixed Income: a more fertile environment for bond returns

Jenna Barnard and John Pattullo believe developed market government bonds have a surprise in store in 2022.

Dystopia 2.0? Assessing the post-COVID landscape

Dystopia 2.0? Assessing the post-COVID landscape

COVID-19 propelled the pace of structural change around the globe. What will the world look like going forward?

Reflation train — arriving on time

Reflation train — arriving on time

Jenna Barnard and John Pattullo, co-heads of Strategic Fixed Income, dissect the reflation narrative, sharing interesting views that go somewhat against consensus.

Credit light cuts through the income darkness

Credit light cuts through the income darkness

Jenna Barnard and John Pattullo explain how credit markets navigated COVID with relative ease and why corporate bonds remain in the sweet spot for 2021.

Strategic Fixed Income: Japanification — Europe first and now the US

Strategic Fixed Income: Japanification — Europe first and now the US

John Pattullo, Co-Head of Strategic Fixed Income, explains how the suppression of volatility by the US Federal Reserve during the Covid crisis has led to the Japanification of the US corporate bond market.