Tim Winstone is a Corporate Credit Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since joining Henderson in 2015. Tim co-manages the European Investment Grade and European High Yield strategies. Prior to Henderson, he was an executive director, senior fixed income portfolio manager and part of the global credit team at UBS Global Asset Management. He began his career as a portfolio assistant at Thesis Asset Management and has worked in global credit since 2004.
Tim earned a BSc degree (Hons) in mathematics from the University of Bristol. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and the Investment Management Certificate and passed the Regulation and Compliance unit of the CISI Diploma. He has 18 years of financial industry experience.
With economies gradually reopening and markets suggesting better times ahead, credit portfolio managers James Briggs and Tim Winstone consider whether investors should be increasing their allocation to investment grade credit.
The managers of the Janus Henderson Horizon Euro Corporate Bond Fund reflect on the current COVID-19 crisis and whether there are any parallels with the Global Financial Crisis and its aftermath for the European investment grade corporate bond market.
Tim Winstone, credit portfolio manager, comments on the crisis gripping markets and how the Corporate Credit team is responding in terms of positioning within the European Investment Grade Credit strategy.
As finding income in Europe becomes tougher, high yield bonds, which have historically generated attractive long term total returns, could become an interesting opportunity for investors. Tom Ross and Tim Winstone, Co Managers of the Euro High Yield strategy at Janus Henderson, explore this fascinating asset class.
Tom Ross and Tim Winstone, Corporate Credit Portfolio Managers, explore the reasons why US companies are borrowing through European bond markets and why this creates potential opportunities for investors.