For institutional investors in the UK

Matthew Bullock

EMEA Head of Portfolio Construction and Strategy

Matthew Bullock is EMEA Head of Portfolio Construction and Strategy at Janus Henderson Investors. In this role, he works to extend institutional and intermediary client engagement models to clients across EMEA and leads the London-based portfolio strategist team. Prior to joining the firm in 2022, Matthew was an investment director, multi-strategy solutions & thematics at Wellington Management from 2015. Before that, he was director, multi-asset investment strategist at BlackRock from 2011. He held product development roles, first as a product manager/structurer at Ord Minnett Group from 2006 to 2009 and later as product development manager at BT Investment Management (now Pendal Group). Matthew served as head of structured products/fund manager research at Aegis Equities Research from 2005 to 2006. He began his career at the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority as a senior analyst in 2003.

Matthew received bachelor of economics (Hons) and bachelor of commerce degrees, both from the University of Newcastle in Australia. He has 20 years of financial industry experience.

 

Articles Written

European Equity: A warmer spring after a cold winter?
Analysis & Studies

European Equity: A warmer spring after a cold winter?

The more cyclical nature of European equities versus the U.S. and their lower relative valuations may present strong upside potential.

Healthcare: Immunity from the downturn?
Analysis & Studies

Healthcare: Immunity from the downturn?

The healthcare sector has proved resilient during past market downturns and may offer growth opportunities regardless of the recession outlook.

Back to basics with intermediate duration
Analysis & Studies

Back to basics with intermediate duration

After investors had wisely been moving to the short end of the yield curve, intermediate-duration bonds may now be more attractive.

Starting ahead with a strong yield
Analysis & Studies

Starting ahead with a strong yield

The PCS Team explains why certain trends may prove to be supportive for both investment-grade and high-yield credit in 2023.

Absolute Return: No time for plaudits
Analysis & Studies

Absolute Return: No time for plaudits

Equities, bonds, property – investors had few places to hide in a challenging 2022 for major asset classes. With correlations and volatility likely to remain high, can an allocation to absolute return help to stabilise returns?

Healthcare: Boosting your defences?
Timely & Topical

Healthcare: Boosting your defences?

The Portfolio Construction and Strategy Team explain why investors should consider a dedicated allocation to healthcare.

Trends and opportunities: Sustainability edition
Analysis & Studies

Trends and opportunities: Sustainability edition

The Portfolio Construction and Strategy Team provide a hands-on guide to tackling the challenge of portfolio decarbonisation.

Public versus private real estate: similar assets, different prices
Timely & Topical

Public versus private real estate: similar assets, different prices

Public REITs and private real estate are two seemingly different universes that converge after adjusting for timing.

Alternatives and downside protection
Timely & Topical

Alternatives and downside protection

Can an allocation to alternatives potentially help to reduce the impact of long-term market volatility on a portfolio, rather than trying to time the market?

Who dares wins: is now the time to add risk?
Timely & Topical

Who dares wins: is now the time to add risk?

The market consensus has been to de-risk in 2022, but is consensus now the right place to be?

Here’s why you should consider staying invested in tech stocks
Timely & Topical

Here’s why you should consider staying invested in tech stocks

A discussion on why an allocation to technology is essential in a diversified portfolio.

Is the 60/40 free lunch over?
Timely & Topical

Is the 60/40 free lunch over?

High stock-bond correlations call into question the diversification potential of the traditional 60/40 portfolio strategy.