What we offer
We offer expertise across all major asset classes, with investment teams situated around the world
We invest in wide range of countries, sectors and assets to provide investors with choice, diversity and opportunity.
Janus Henderson looks after 13 different investment trusts and investment companies with assets valued at £8bn (sources: AIC as at 31st March 2022).
We offer a wide range of equity strategies encompassing different geographic focuses and investment styles. The teams include those with a global perspective, those with a regional focus – Europe, US, Asia Pacific and Emerging Markets – and those invested in specialist sectors. A range of growth, value and absolute return styles are employed. These teams generally apply processes based on fundamental research and bottom-up stock picking.
in assets under management*
Our Fixed Income teams provide coverage across the asset class, applying a wide range of differentiated techniques. These teams include those adopting global unconstrained approaches through to those with more focused mandates. The capabilities of these teams can be accessed through individual strategies and are combined where appropriate to form multi-strategy offerings.
£53.1bn in assets under management*
The Janus Henderson Alternatives grouping includes teams with different areas of focus and approach. The Diversified Alternatives Team brings together a cross-asset class combination of alpha generation, risk management, and efficient beta replication strategies. These include multi-strategy, liquid alternatives, agriculture, and global commodities/managed futures.
£9.6bn in assets under management*
Janus Henderson Multi-Asset includes teams in the US and UK. In the US, our teams manage US and global asset allocation strategies. In the UK, we have asset allocation specialists, traditional multi-manager investors, and those focused on alternative asset classes.
£38.3bn in assets under management*
*As at 30 June 2022
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