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Tim Gerrard

Portfolio Manager
Tim Gerrard | Janus Henderson Investors

Tim Gerrard is a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2019. He is a portfolio manager within the suite of Global Natural Resource strategies. He joined the firm as a senior investment analyst in 2015, when Henderson acquired 90 West Asset Management. Prior to 90 West, Tim worked for Lonsec Securities conducting sell-side research targeted to the institutional market. He had previously been employed in a similar role at both Investec Securities and Austock Securities with research targeted to Australian and global institutions. Before Austock Securities, he held stock broking positions at North Securities, Potts West Trumbull, Pru Bache, and BNP Paribas. Tim started his career as a project approvals accountant with BP Oil Exploration before becoming a trainee mining engineer with Hamersley Iron in Western Australia.

Tim received bachelor of commerce and bachelor of mineral technology degrees (Hons) from the University of Otago. He later studied auditing, tax, trusts, and estate planning at Victoria University of Wellington. He also holds the Quarry Managers Certificate from the Department of Mines, Western Australia. Tim has 41 years of financial natural resources experience.

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Changing perceptions: natural resource companies are providing solutions to support net zero

Changing perceptions: natural resource companies are providing solutions to support net zero

How natural resources companies – specifically industrial gas suppliers – are supporting the transition to zero carbon.

Natural resources – not just another supercycle

Natural resources – not just another supercycle

Carbon reduction represents a significant source of sustained growth for many natural resource companies.

In the transition to zero carbon, the resources sector is a natural fit

In the transition to zero carbon, the resources sector is a natural fit

Natural resources companies will play a key role in the transition to a low-carbon economy.