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Tim Gibson

Co-Head of Global Property Equities | Portfolio Manager
Tim Gibson | Janus Henderson Investors

Tim Gibson is Co-Head of Global Property Equities and a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2014. He has been with Henderson, based in Singapore, since 2011. Prior to joining Henderson, Tim was a European fund manager at AMP Capital Brookfield, where he was responsible for portfolio construction and execution of an indirect real estate fund. Before this, he worked as an analyst for Morgan Stanley on their European real estate investment team, in both London and Amsterdam, where he provided investment recommendations on property companies in the UK and Europe.

Tim holds an MA (Hons) in economics from St Andrews University, Scotland and received the Robert Trent Jones Scholarship to the University of Western Ontario, Canada. He has 20 years of financial industry experience.

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ESG in COVID times: doing the REIT thing

ESG in COVID times: doing the REIT thing

The Global Property Equities Team highlights how COVID-19 is accelerating the importance of ESG factors within real estate, along with the supporting role the sector is playing in the global recovery.

Are dividends risky business? REITs can offer some sustainability

Are dividends risky business? REITs can offer some sustainability

Pressure to offer rent deferrals during COVID-19 lockdowns could put dividends paid by real estate investment trusts (REITs) at risk. However, it is becoming increasingly evident that some property sectors may be better able to weather the crisis, according to Guy Barnard, Tim Gibson and Greg Kuhl from the Global Property Equities Team.

Global property: keep calm and invest for the long term

Global property: keep calm and invest for the long term

Guy Barnard, Tim Gibson and Greg Kuhl from the Global Property Equities Team provide an update on real estate markets and the implications of the coronavirus on the team’s investment decisions as the pandemic spreads across the globe.

Wereldwijd vastgoed: blijf kalm en beleg voor de lange termijn

Wereldwijd vastgoed: blijf kalm en beleg voor de lange termijn

Guy Barnard, Tim Gibson en Greg Kuhl van het Global Property Equities Team geven een update over de vastgoedmarkten en de gevolgen van het coronavirus op de beleggingsbeslissingen van het team nu het virus zich over de wereld verspreidt.

Covid-19: assessing the impact on property markets

Covid-19: assessing the impact on property markets

Xin Yan Low, Guy Barnard and Tim Gibson from the Global Property Equities Team, discuss the current impact of the coronavirus outbreak and how it is playing a part in the evolving real estate landscape.

20/20 vision: the outlook for global property equities

20/20 vision: the outlook for global property equities

Guy Barnard and Tim Gibson, Co-Heads of Janus Henderson’s Global Property Equities Team, review the sector’s performance over the year and discuss the key opportunities and risks for investors in 2020.

3 reasons investors should consider global REITS

3 reasons investors should consider global REITS

In this video, Janus Henderson’s Global Property Equities Team discusses the benefits of an allocation to global real estate investment trusts (REITs), particularly in a slow-growing, low-yielding environment.

E-commerce continues to disrupt retail real estate

As physical retail spaces like shopping malls lose relevance, they are often replaced by warehouses and distribution centres that support the growing e-commerce model. Janus Henderson’s Global Property Equities Team believes this trend is causing disruption – and creating opportunities – within the real estate sector.

E-commerce continues to disrupt retail real estate

E-commerce continues to disrupt retail real estate

As physical retail spaces like shopping malls lose relevance, they are often replaced by warehouses and distribution centres that support the growing e-commerce model. Janus Henderson’s Global Property Equities Team believes this trend is causing disruption – and creating opportunities – within the real estate sector.