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John Jordan

Portfolio Manager | Research Analyst
John Jordan | Janus Henderson Investors

John Jordan is a Portfolio Manager on the Global Financials Team at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2017. He is also a Research Analyst and leads the firm’s Financial Sector Research Team. Prior to joining Janus in 2008, John was a principal covering the financial services sector at Eos Partners. Before that, he served as a senior analyst with Pacific Star Partners, where he concentrated on the financial and real estate sectors. John also was an analyst and associate in the financial institutions investment banking group of Goldman, Sachs & Co. Earlier in his career, he worked as an associate in private equity investing at Marsh & McLennan Capital.

John received his bachelor of arts degree in history and economics from the University of Virginia, graduating with high distinction and Phi Beta Kappa. He earned his juris doctorate from Yale Law School. John has 26 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

First Republic Bank failure: What does it mean for the U.S. economy and banking sector?
Timely & Topical

First Republic Bank failure: What does it mean for the U.S. economy and banking sector?

The implications of the collapse of First Republic Bank for the U.S. economy and banking sector.

Banking sector update: Taking steps in the right direction
Timely & Topical

Banking sector update: Taking steps in the right direction

Regulatory actions have helped to calm the banking sector. Going forward, the bifurcation between winners and losers could widen.

A resilient U.S. banking system weathers the SVB crisis
Timely & Topical

A resilient U.S. banking system weathers the SVB crisis

Silicon Valley Bank’s misfortunes, in our view, are not indicative of a systemic issue with the U.S. banking system.

Research in Action: Banks cash in on rising rates
Features & Outlooks

Research in Action: Banks cash in on rising rates

How financial services companies are benefiting from higher interest rates, large capital reserves, and new technology.