Co-Head of Equities – EMEA and Asia Pacific | Portfolio Manager
Alex Crooke is Co-Head of Equities – EMEA and Asia Pacific at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2018. Alex is responsible for equities in the EMEA and APAC regions and is a Portfolio Manager for the Global Equity Income and Global Dividend and Income Builder strategies as well as a number of UK and Australian funds and investment trusts. In addition, he is a member of the Janus Henderson Executive Committee. Previously, he was head of Global Equity Income and Specialist Equities Teams from 2013. Alex was recruited by Henderson to co-manage the UK assets of an investment trust in 1994 as an associate director. He later became a fund manager responsible for a number of UK and global income-oriented equity products. Alex began his investment career with Equitable Life Assurance Society in 1990 as a US investment analyst.
Alex holds a BSc degree (Hons) in physics and astrophysics from Manchester University. He is an associate member of the Society of Investment Professionals (ASIP) and has 31 years of financial industry experience.
Alex Crooke, Co-Head of Equities – EMEA & Asia Pacific and lead Fund Manager of The Bankers Investment Trust, shares his views on the performance of the portfolio over the last few months. Alex also discusses why he remains optimistic as he looks ahead towards a post-pandemic recovery.
Alex Crooke, Fund Manager for The Bankers Investment Trust, delivers an update to investors on how the Trust has fared in the first quarter of the year and his thoughts on wider economic and political developments.
Watch Alex Crooke answer live questions from an online audience in this episode of Trust TV, including questions around energy stocks, the team’s approach to investing for growth and Alex’s role in managing such a large portfolio.
Alex Crooke, fund manager for the Bankers Investment Trust, discusses how, in his opinion, global markets and economies have performed over the past 6 months and how Bankers Investment Trust has continued to deliver a strong performance despite global economic and political uncertainties.