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John Kerschner, CFA

Head of US Securitised Products | Portfolio Manager
John Kerschner, CFA | Janus Henderson Investors

John Kerschner is Head of US Securitised Products at Janus Henderson Investors and a Portfolio Manager on the Multi-Sector Credit strategy and the Mortgage-Backed Securities and AAA CLO ETFs. John primarily focuses on mortgage-backed securities and other structured products. Prior to joining Janus in 2010, John was director of portfolio management at BBW Capital Advisors. Before that, he worked for Woodbourne Investment Management, where he was global head of credit investing. John began his career at Smith Breeden Associates as an assistant portfolio manager and was promoted several times over 12 years, becoming a principal, senior portfolio manager and director of the ABS-CDO group.

John received his bachelor of arts degree in biology from Yale University, graduating cum laude. He earned his MBA from Duke University, Fuqua School of Business, where he was designated a Fuqua Scholar. John holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has 32 years of financial industry experience.

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Articles Written

Higher for longer: The case for securitized assets in a higher rate environment
Timely & Topical

Higher for longer: The case for securitized assets in a higher rate environment

How securitized sectors might play a key role for bond investors amid a challenging interest rate environment.

Float your way to diversification
Timely & Topical

Float your way to diversification

The benefits of adding floating-rate CLOs to fixed income portfolios.

MBS: a window of opportunity in fixed income

MBS: a window of opportunity in fixed income

With many key risks now priced in, we believe MBS represents an area of opportunity in fixed income.

Five questions fixed income investors are asking in 2022
Features & Outlooks

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.

Tapering without the tantrum
Features & Outlooks

Tapering without the tantrum

We believe the Fed learned its lesson from the 2013-2014 “taper tantrum,” and efforts to better communicate its intentions will result in lower volatility this time around.