Job Curtis

Director, Global Equity Income | Portfolio Manager
Job Curtis | Janus Henderson Investors

Job Curtis is Director of Global Equity Income at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2006. He has been Portfolio Manager of the City of London Investment Trust since 1991 and is also co-manager of the Global Equity Income and Global Dividend & Income strategies. Job joined Henderson in 1992 following Henderson’s acquisition of Touche Remnant, where he had served as a unit trust and investment trust manager since 1987. Prior to this, he was an assistant fund manager at Cornhill Insurance from 1985 to 1987 and a graduate trainee at Grieveson Grant stockbrokers from 1983 to 1985.

Job holds an MA in philosophy, politics and economics from Oxford University. He is an associate member of the Society of Investment Professionals (ASIP) and has 36 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Why are foreign investors buying UK companies?

Why are foreign investors buying UK companies?

Job Curtis, Fund Manager of The City of London Investment Trust, explains why he believes overseas interest in the UK equity market could be an indication of value opportunities in domestic equities as he discusses the Trust’s latest portfolio activity; and why this may be good news for long term investors. Job also explains why he is “cautiously optimistic” for the future of the UK market as it appears highly attractive from an income point of view.

Fund Manager commentary – City of London Investment Trust

Fund Manager commentary – City of London Investment Trust

Fund Manager commentary – Henderson EuroTrust

Why cash flow keeps you on the straight and narrow

Why cash flow keeps you on the straight and narrow

Job Curtis, Fund Manager of the City of London Investment Trust, explains why cash flow is so important when investing in equities for the purpose of income, using two stock case studies.

Fund Manager commentary – City of London Investment Trust

UK equities produced a negative return of 3.75% in December as measured by the FTSE All Share Index. The FTSE 100 Index of large companies, with a negative return 3.5%, outperformed the more domestically focussed FTSE 250 Index of medium-sized companies which produced a negative return of 5.1%. Concern about rising US interest rates against

An Introduction to The City of London Investment Trust

An Introduction to The City of London Investment Trust

Job Curtis, Portfolio Manager, introduces the company and outlines what it’s investment objectives are and how it aims to achieve them.