John Pattullo is Co-Head of Global Bonds at Janus Henderson Investors. He manages and co-manages a range of global bond strategies and funds meeting different client needs globally. John joined Henderson in 1997 as a trainee manager in corporate bonds and was head of the Strategic Fixed Income Team from 2009 until 2015 when he became Co-Head with Jenna Barnard. Prior to Henderson, he spent four years as a chartered accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
John has an MA (Hons) in economics from the University of St Andrews. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (CA) and an associate member of the Society of Investment Professionals (ASIP). He has 30 years of financial industry experience.
Global Perspectives: It is all falling into place for bonds in 2023
Evidence of a collapse in inflation and impending economic downturn have potentially built conditions for strong returns from bonds in 2023.
High quality bonds are primed to bloom in 2023
The titan arum only flowers occasionally, but when it does, the results are impressive; high quality bonds could be set for a similar display in 2023.
Strategic Bond Update: Policy Error?
Here we updated on the previous Strategic bond outlook following a tumultuous few months for financial markets and bond markets in particular
Strategic Fixed Income: unfortunately, a recession is baked in the cake
All the hallmarks for a recession are baked in the cake but have not washed through the economy yet. (Recorded 25 August 2022)
Boom-bust economics is back! Be warned…
John Pattullo explains why he believes a recession seems unavoidable and that we are back to the boom-bust economics of the ‘80s.
Five questions fixed income investors are asking in 2022
Our fixed income teams consider monetary policy-related conundrums and where, outside of policy, they see opportunities and risks for investors.
Reflation train — arriving on time
Jenna Barnard and John Pattullo, co-heads of Strategic Fixed Income, dissect the reflation narrative, sharing interesting views that go somewhat against consensus.