Gregory Kolb is Chief Investment Officer for Perkins Investment Management LLC, a position he has held since 2015. He is also a Portfolio Manager of the Perkins Global Value and International Value strategies. Gregory transitioned to the Perkins investment team from Janus in 2010. He joined the Janus investment team as a research analyst in 2001, became co-portfolio manager of Perkins Global Value strategy in 2005, and was named sole portfolio manager in 2009. He has served as co-portfolio manager of the Perkins International Value strategy since its inception in 2013. His previous work experience includes roles as an associate director in UBS Warburg’s Financial Institutions Investment Banking Group and as an analyst for Lehman Brothers’ global mergers and acquisitions group.
Gregory received his bachelor of science degree in business administration from Miami University, where he graduated magna cum laude. Gregory holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has 23 years of financial industry experience.
Greg Kolb, Chief Investment Officer for Perkins Investment Management*, reviews the state of markets in the wake of the coronavirus, and discusses why he thinks investors would do well to consider the functional challenges facing certain business models, and the reasonable upside scenario for certain beaten-up areas of the market.
*Perkins Investment Management is a subsidiary of Janus Henderson.
Late in the market cycle, Greg Kolb, Chief Investment Officer for Perkins Investment Management (a subsidiary of Janus Henderson), shares why he thinks investors would do well to focus on high-quality value or cyclical stocks, particularly outside the US.
A colleague has an old Barron’s cartoon hanging in his office showing two large people, both smoking and one holding a mondo (extremely large) cola. The caption reads, “This whole damn healthcare system is a mess”. In their book Mistakes Were Made (but not by me), social psychologists Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson give some fascinating