John Bennett is Director of European Equities at Janus Henderson Investors and Portfolio Manager on the Janus Henderson Continental European and Pan-European long-only and long/short strategies. John has held these roles since 2011 when his previous company, Gartmore, was acquired by Henderson. Prior to Gartmore, he served as fund manager at Global Asset Management for 17 years. During this time, he managed their flagship European long-only and European equity long/short hedge funds. Before this, he was a fund manager at Ivory & Sime.
John has 36 years of financial industry experience.
The necessity of big oil in the transition to net zero
Why are oil companies essential for the low carbon transition?
2023 outlook: a comeback year for European equities?
John Bennett explains why 2023 might be an opportune time to get into European equities.
European equities: investing in a new environment
What does the change in market environment mean for European investors?
Navigating the energy crisis in Europe
What could higher-for-longer oil prices mean for investors?
Can a manager follow a value style and still be ESG?
Why we feel it is prudent to apply a value lens when investing in the ESG space.
European equities: do not take a binary approach
Is the worst yet to come for equity investors?
The impact of war on European energy policy
How is the Russia/Ukraine conflict driving European energy policy and investor opportunity?
A long-haul journey to zero-carbon
Is net zero carbon an achievable goal for the aviation industry? The European Equities Team explore.
Could this cycle be very different for European Equities?
Richard Brown, Client Portfolio Manager, is joined by our European experts in a thought provoking discussion as they assess the potential for outperformance from European Equities and the best stock opportunities in the current market environment.
Why we own one of the most carbon intensive stocks in our investment universe
John Bennett and Tom O’Hara, European equities portfolio managers, explain why investing in so-called high ESG risk companies can prove to be beneficial as an active manager.