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Adam Hetts, CFA

Global Head of Multi-Asset | Portfolio Manager
Adam Hetts, CFA

Adam Hetts is Global Head of Multi-Asset, leading the Multi-Asset investing and Portfolio Construction & Strategy (PCS) teams at Janus Henderson Investors. The Multi-Asset Team delivers a global asset allocation suite encompassing strategic asset allocation, tactical tilts, and manager implementation products and services. PCS portfolio strategists support clients in consuming macro and market information into actionable, customised asset allocation solutions. The Multi-Asset and PCS teams are part of the firm’s Solutions Group, a team that constructs multi-asset solutions for clients’ complex investment objectives. Adam is also a portfolio manager frequently featured in financial news including the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Barron’s, and Forbes, and is the host of Janus Henderson’s Global Perspectives podcast. Before joining the firm in 2017, he held various roles at Goldman Sachs beginning in 2008, most recently vice president, senior portfolio strategist, leading efforts across the US and Asia and previously with Goldman Sachs Principal Strategies, a proprietary hedge fund. Earlier, he was a consultant with The Law and Economic Consulting Group from 2005.

Adam earned his bachelor of science degree in finance from Pennsylvania State University. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has 19 years of financial industry experience.

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Multi-Asset Quarterly Outlook: Fortunes diverge as the cycle extends
Features & Outlooks

Multi-Asset Quarterly Outlook: Fortunes diverge as the cycle extends

An extended cycle may signal success in achieving a soft landing, but it also sets up a diverging set of risks for equities and bonds.

The data to watch as global markets diverge
Timely & Topical

The data to watch as global markets diverge

With global economic prospects likely to diverge further, investors should seek markets that appear to balance risks and opportunities.

Not out the woods yet: Multi-Asset viewpoint

Not out the woods yet: Multi-Asset viewpoint

Oliver Blackbourn and Adam Hetts discuss what 2024 holds for investors.

Global markets in 2024: Chain reactions
Timely & Topical

Global markets in 2024: Chain reactions

A potentially fragile outlook for the global economy merits defensive positioning and a focus on quality in financial markets, argues Adam Hetts.

2023’s home stretch: What we are watching
Timely & Topical

2023’s home stretch: What we are watching

With hopes of an economic soft landing diminishing, investors should prioritize quality companies and diversification.

Global Perspectives: Dissecting the cycle
Features & Outlooks

Global Perspectives: Dissecting the cycle

Why we believe the market is too pessimistic on inflation improvement but too optimistic on the growth environment.

Global Perspectives: Why small caps appear poised for a day in the sun
Features & Outlooks

Global Perspectives: Why small caps appear poised for a day in the sun

Is it time for small caps to shine? Our experts discuss.

Portfolio pivot? Balancing defense and offense
Features & Outlooks

Portfolio pivot? Balancing defense and offense

An economic downturn presents challenges for markets but could the risks already be priced in? Our Market GPS mid-year outlook PDF explores portfolio positioning considerations.

Global Perspectives: Short duration takes the spotlight in fixed income
Features & Outlooks

Global Perspectives: Short duration takes the spotlight in fixed income

A discussion on how investors can navigate the short-duration opportunity set within fixed income.

Global Perspectives: Silver lining for equities and bonds in a cloudy market
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Global Perspectives: Silver lining for equities and bonds in a cloudy market

A turbulent year for both stocks and bonds may hold some silver linings.

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.

Global Perspectives: Opportunities from ESG headwinds

Global Perspectives: Opportunities from ESG headwinds

How energy price inflation is helping to accelerate the adoption of companies providing sustainable solutions.