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Guy Barnard, CFA

Co-Head of Global Property Equities | Portfolio Manager
Guy Barnard | Janus Henderson Investors

Guy Barnard is Co-Head of Global Property Equities and a portfolio manager at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2014. Guy joined Henderson in 2006 as an analyst and became a fund manager in 2008 and deputy head of Global Property Equities in 2012. Before Henderson, he worked for UBS in financial control.

Guy holds a first class BSc degree (Hons) in mathematics and management from Loughborough University. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has 21 years of financial industry experience.

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Listed real estate: Weaker shelter inflation the additional signal needed for Fed rate cuts?
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Listed real estate: Weaker shelter inflation the additional signal needed for Fed rate cuts?

The shelter component of CPI is exerting downward pressure on inflation, paving the way for rate cuts – a tailwind for listed real estate.

Hangover cure: Tapping into global growth with thematic equities
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Hangover cure: Tapping into global growth with thematic equities

Janus Henderson’s recent Global Investment Summit explored growth drivers in equities, noting record levels of innovation in healthcare and technology as well as developments in real estate and sustainability.

Enabling AI: Geopolitical implications from an investment perspective
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Enabling AI: Geopolitical implications from an investment perspective

Geopolitical factors have a significant impact on companies, including those that are enabling AI.

There’s no place like home: the residential REITs opportunity
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There’s no place like home: the residential REITs opportunity

The current attractive relative valuation opportunity and merits of residential REITs.

Enabling AI: Tailwinds for semiconductors and data centres
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Enabling AI: Tailwinds for semiconductors and data centres

nVIDIA’s Blackwell chip launch and how technology and property companies are partnering to enable and benefit from genAI demand.

European real estate: Are we nearly there yet?

European real estate: Are we nearly there yet?

With European real estate values expected to bottom in 2024 and listed REITs discounting an overly pessimistic scenario, there is an opportunity to re-engage with the asset class.

“Almost party time?” – what a change in monetary policy means for listed property
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“Almost party time?” – what a change in monetary policy means for listed property

Why public REITs are poised for better times as central banks end the rate hiking cycle.

Has public real estate finally reached an inflection point?
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Has public real estate finally reached an inflection point?

Guy Barnard explains why the outlook for 2024 is looking more constructive for the public REITs sector.

Why didn’t WeWork?
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Why didn’t WeWork?

Discussion on WeWork’s recent bankruptcy from a technology and real estate perspective.

Public REITs for long-term property exposure
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Public REITs for long-term property exposure

Apart from relative valuations, there are other key reasons to favour public over private REITs for forward-looking investors.

Listed real estate: Taking comfort from REITs’ strong position amid challenging markets
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Listed real estate: Taking comfort from REITs’ strong position amid challenging markets

Reasons for a more optimistic outlook for listed real estate for the remainder of the year and into 2024.

Brighter days ahead for listed property

Brighter days ahead for listed property

Guy Barnard, Co-Head Global Property Equities and Matthew Bullock, EMEA Head of Portfolio Construction & Strategy, as they discuss these attributes and which subsectors are best positioned to continue to deliver earnings and dividend growth, even as economies slow.