Tim Gibson

Co-Head of Global Property Equities | Portfolio Manager
Tim Gibson | Janus Henderson Investors

Tim Gibson is Co-Head of Global Property Equities and a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2014. He has been with Henderson, based in Singapore, since 2011. Prior to joining Henderson, Tim was a European fund manager at AMP Capital Brookfield, where he was responsible for portfolio construction and execution of an indirect real estate fund. Before this, he worked as an analyst for Morgan Stanley on their European real estate investment team, in both London and Amsterdam, where he provided investment recommendations on property companies in the UK and Europe.

Tim holds an MA (Hons) in economics from St Andrews University, Scotland and received the Robert Trent Jones Scholarship to the University of Western Ontario, Canada. He has 18 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Limbo – how low can you go?

Limbo – how low can you go?

​Guy Barnard and Tim Gibson, Co-Heads of the Janus Henderson Global Property Equities Team, discuss the implications of negative-yielding bonds on listed property stocks and highlight the importance of active management in this environment.

Global REITs: mid-year report card

Global REITs: mid-year report card

Guy Barnard and Tim Gibson, Co-Heads of the Global Property Equities Team, provide a mid-year review on the performance of global REITs and their outlook for the rest of 2019. Everyone loves completing their half yearly review. So we thought we would provide one for global real estate investment trusts (REITs). How did global REITs

REITS – “What have you done for me lately?”

REITS – “What have you done for me lately?”

​‘Real Matters’ provides the latest insights and thoughts from the Janus Henderson Global Property Equities Team. In the third article in the series, Tim Gibson and Guy Barnard, Co-Heads of Global Property Equities, discuss the recent performance of REITs and the diversification benefits they can provide.