Daniel J. Graña, CFA
Daniel J. Graña is Portfolio Manager, Emerging Market Equity at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since joining the firm in 2019. Daniel is responsible for co-managing the Emerging Market Equity and Asia Pacific ex Japan Growth Equity strategies. He is also responsible for the emerging markets sleeve of the International Opportunities strategy. Previously, he managed emerging market equities at Putnam Investments from 2003 and was an analyst on the emerging markets team from 1999 to 2002. Before Putnam, he spent four years in the Latin America investment banking group at Merrill Lynch.
Daniel received bachelor of science degrees in economics and political science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a master of management degree from Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has 28 years of financial industry experience.
EM equities set to strike a balance between growth and valuation
Near-term uncertainty to give way to attractive secular growth prospects for emerging market stocks in 2023. In this video, Daniel Graña explains what this means for investors.
Innovation a catalyst for growth in emerging markets
After having been driven by outsourcing and economic convergence, the next wave of emerging market growth is likely to be fueled by innovation.
Opportunities expand as emerging markets evolve
How the war in Ukraine has impacted emerging markets (EM) and where we see potential opportunities.
The investment ramifications of a multipolar world
While the push toward globalization lifted nearly all emerging markets 20 years ago, increased localization will likely result in a dispersion of outcomes based on unique country factors.
The case for emerging market equities
The Janus Henderson Emerging Market Equity Team believes that a multi-lens approach is necessary to effectively identify the most attractive opportunities and risks within these regions.
Decarbonisation: how can investors lead the charge to reaching net zero by 2050?
From the JHI Global Media Conference: A discussion on global efforts to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050.