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Brian Demain, CFA

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Brian Demain, CFA

Brian Demain is a mid-cap growth Portfolio Manager on the US Small/Mid-Cap Growth Team at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2007. Brian joined Janus in 1999 as a research analyst focused on companies in the media and communications sectors. From 2004 to 2007, he led the Communications Sector Research Team.

Brian received his bachelor of arts degree in economics from Princeton University, graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. His academic achievements culminated with winning a Senior Thesis Prize. Brian holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has 25 years of financial industry experience.

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Plugging into the electrification theme
Timely & Topical

Plugging into the electrification theme

How investors can capitalize on a powerful secular growth opportunity: the electrification of the economy.

Global Perspectives: Investing in the small- and midsize healthcare companies innovating for a graying world
Features & Outlooks

Global Perspectives: Investing in the small- and midsize healthcare companies innovating for a graying world

How healthcare’s small- and mid-cap companies could benefit from one of today’s key macroeconomic growth drivers: aging populations.

Healthcare’s small- and mid-cap opportunities amid aging populations
Features & Outlooks

Healthcare’s small- and mid-cap opportunities amid aging populations

With populations in some of the largest economies quickly graying, innovative small- and mid-cap healthcare companies could deliver new growth opportunities for investors.

Elevated valuations demand selectivity in mid-cap growth
Timely & Topical

Elevated valuations demand selectivity in mid-cap growth

Where we see opportunities in mid-cap growth stocks given their strong fundamentals and ties to powerful secular growth themes.