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Matt Peron

Director of Research | Portfolio Manager

Matt Peron is Director of Research at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2020. He oversees the firm’s sector research teams and analysts, and is a named portfolio manager on all research strategies. In this role, he is responsible for the firm’s centralised equity research effort, collaborating with portfolio managers, the head of equities, and the global chief investment officer. He also heads the firm’s Portfolio Oversight Team. Prior to joining the firm, Matt was chief investment officer at City National Bank (the US Private Bank for the Royal Bank of Canada) from 2018. Earlier, he was an executive vice president and global head of equities at Northern Trust in Chicago from 2005. Matt has served on or chaired several investment committees overseeing asset allocations for large asset pools. He began his career in fixed income in 1990 and also has extensive experience with quantitative and fundamental portfolio management.

Matt received his bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Swarthmore College, graduating with distinction, and his MBA from the University of Chicago. He sits on the board of the Illinois Hunger Coalition and is active in nonprofit organizations that focus on developing skills and entrepreneurship in underprivileged communities. He has 34 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Midterms matter – just less so at 8% inflation
Timely & Topical

Midterms matter – just less so at 8% inflation

Inflation may cause markets to buck the trend of positive returns after the U.S. midterm elections.

Bringing it home in charts: What we are monitoring over the remainder of 2022
Timely & Topical

Bringing it home in charts: What we are monitoring over the remainder of 2022

With all eyes on macro developments, we identify which economic and market developments investors should now be monitoring.

Global equities and the economy: caution does not mean ‘run’

Global equities and the economy: caution does not mean ‘run’

With corporate performance proving resilient, the attractiveness of many equities market segments has improved during this year’s sell-off.

Research in action: Staying invested through market volatility
Timely & Topical

Research in action: Staying invested through market volatility

The traditional 60% stock/40% bond allocation suffered deep losses during the first half of 2022, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to give up on a diversified portfolio.

Investing through the ups and downs of biopharma research

Investing through the ups and downs of biopharma research

The biopharmaceutical industry often moves to the beat of its own drummer, creating opportunities for diversification.

Assessing Inflation – Technology: The pivotal role of semiconductors

Assessing Inflation – Technology: The pivotal role of semiconductors

How select sectors are being impacted by rising prices and what it means for both company profitability and the health of the economy.

Research in action: EVs drive into a new lane for investors

Research in action: EVs drive into a new lane for investors

As demand for electric vehicles (EVs) solidifies, the next big question for investors will be supply.

Research in Action Podcast: Tech’s mega themes show no signs of slowing

Research in Action Podcast: Tech’s mega themes show no signs of slowing

Rising interest rates have weighed on technology stock multiples, but investors shouldn’t lose sight of the sector’s powerful secular trends.

Global stocks provide clues to accelerating inflation

Global stocks provide clues to accelerating inflation

Equity market signals and economic data indicate US consumers are tolerating higher energy prices – for now.

Global stocks provide clues to accelerating inflation

Global stocks provide clues to accelerating inflation

Equity market signals and economic data indicate US consumers are tolerating higher energy prices – for now.

Research in action: can the energy recovery continue?

Research in action: can the energy recovery continue?

Tight supply and strong demand have caused fossil fuel prices to rise – and improved the prospects of energy stocks.

Equities: Can the cycle roll on?
Features & Outlooks

Equities: Can the cycle roll on?

Why the stock market cycle could continue in 2022, despite inflation pressures, slower growth rates and tighter monetary policy.