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Colin Fleury

Head of Secured Credit | Portfolio Manager
Colin Fleury | Janus Henderson Investors

Colin Fleury is Head of Secured Credit and co-manages the Multi-Asset Credit and Asset-Backed Securities strategies at Janus Henderson Investors. Prior to joining Henderson in 2007, Colin held secured credit portfolio management roles at Deutsche Bank AG and Abbey National Treasury Services plc. He also has secured debt structuring, underwriting, and advisory expertise from roles at Shell International, where he was a senior advisor on the M&A and financing team, and at Credit Suisse, where he was a vice president in the global project finance group. Colin’s early career also includes experience in secured UK real estate and SME corporate lending and spans multiple jurisdictions in Europe and worldwide.

Colin is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers and a graduate of the Credit Suisse Corporate Finance and Capital Markets Programme. He has 36 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Secured Credit: 2022 – year of the ‘carry’?

Secured Credit: 2022 – year of the ‘carry’?

What is in store for secured credit markets in 2022? Colin Fleury, Head of Secured Credit, shares his views.

Global Structured Debt Insight

Global Structured Debt Insight

The second edition of the Global Structured Debt Insight is now available. This regular publication aims to explore topical themes in structured debt markets and share the team’s thinking on key issues of interest.

Global Structured Debt Insight

Global Structured Debt Insight

The debut issue of the Global Structured Debt Insight explores the relative value in structured debt products, a new ESG trend in secured loans and how to calculate carbon emissions in mortgage-backed portfolios.

Hard not to feel constructive on credit markets in 2021

Hard not to feel constructive on credit markets in 2021

Colin Fleury, Head of Secured Credit London, says a relatively constructive view for credit markets may seem strange, but there are reasons he believes stress in the markets will be manageable.