Chinese companies continue to disrupt the technology market. In this video, Richard Clode, Portfolio Manager in the Janus Henderson Global Technology team, discusses his recent trip to China where he met the next wave of disruptors in the sector.
Innovative internet companies are highly disruptive and increasingly dominant within the Chinese economy but they are regulated by the Communist Party, which perceives disruption to be a threat to the status quo. In this video update, Charlie Awdry discusses the interesting implications of this dynamic for investing in China.
Hamish Chamberlayne, manager of the Janus Henderson Global Sustainable Equity Fund, explains his team’s approach to stock selection. This document introduces stocks favoured by the team, with an explanation of the positive environmental and/or social impact that has been identified for each company.
Hamish Chamberlayne, Portfolio Manager for Janus Henderson’s Global Sustainable Equity strategy, discusses recent developments affecting the world of SRI, and the strategy’s positioning, performance, and activity.
Janus Henderson Co-CEO Dick Weil talks to Bloomberg TV about the benefits of combining an active and passive approach to investing. He also provides his view on the risk of crowded trades, the scope for interest rate rises, and taking advantage of growth in the Chinese market.
In this video presentation, Hamish Chamberlayne, Portfolio Manager within Janus Henderson’s Global Sustainable and Responsible Investment Team, dispels the major myths about sustainable investment. He explains how environmental and social megatrends will accelerate the transition to a low carbon economy and discusses some of the investment areas that stand to be disrupted.
The UK government recently revealed its ambitious Life Sciences Industrial Strategy and pledged £146m to support health care-related projects. In this Q&A, Ethan Lovell, co-portfolio manager of the Janus Henderson Global Life Sciences Strategy, provides his take on these initiatives.
Ethan Lovell, co-portfolio manager of the Janus Henderson Global Life Sciences Strategy explains why medical moonshots are successful only after many years of research. He believes that a long-term approach to investment is therefore warranted.
Following the news that Britain is to ban the sale of all diesel and petrol cars and vans from 2040 – a trend gathering momentum across Europe – two of Janus Henderson’s investment teams provide their reactions.
The managers of the Henderson Global Growth Strategy seek to identify long-term secular trends that they believe are underappreciated by the market. One such trend is the rise of paperless payments and a shift away from cash as a medium of exchange. Ian Warmerdam, Head of Global Growth, and Portfolio Manager Gordon Mackay explain why they believe this trend has further to run.
The active versus passive debate has led to numerous studies, detailed analysis and thought-provoking theories. What is clear is that passive funds have attracted significant inflows in the last decade and now play a major role, for better or worse, both in investor portfolios and in the functioning of global capital markets.
In this ‘Essentials’ video, Nick Sheridan outlines his value-focused European equities strategy, designed to identify larger European companies listed in, or operating in, core European markets. His differentiated process focuses on businesses with stable margins and high barriers to entry, and which he believes have been fundamentally mis-priced by the market. Nick covers:
• Value investing – the power of compounding
• Core Europe – uncovering opportunities in the region
• Quality stocks on a discount to book price
• Value in prospective growth