For Financial Professionals in the US

Damien Comeaux, CIMA®

Senior Portfolio Strategist

Damien Comeaux is a Senior Portfolio Strategist at Janus Henderson Investors. He is a member of the Portfolio Construction and Strategy Team focused on delivering actionable investment strategy and thought leadership to help clients with all aspects of the investment management process. Prior to his current role, Mr. Comeaux was a product manager for Janus’ mathematically based managed volatility funds and hedged equity ETF strategies. He also served as senior product analyst, conducting competitive analysis, platform research and technical product support.

Mr. Comeaux received his bachelor of science degree in marketing from San Diego State University and his MBA from the University of Denver, Daniels College of Business. He has 13 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Fixed Income in Retirement Plan Lineups: When Traditional Risk Assessment Methods Fall Short

Fixed Income in Retirement Plan Lineups: When Traditional Risk Assessment Methods Fall Short

Why using traditional methods to assess the risks associated with certain diversifying fixed income categories may prove to be problematic.

Fixed Income in Retirement Plan Lineups: Gaining a Better Understanding of Specific Risks

Fixed Income in Retirement Plan Lineups: Gaining a Better Understanding of Specific Risks

A discussion of how certain fixed income categories can expose participants to unnecessary risk despite the diversification benefits they might provide.

Fixed Income in Retirement Plan Lineups: Spotlight on Diversification

Fixed Income in Retirement Plan Lineups: Spotlight on Diversification

A discussion of how to help ensure adequate diversification among the fixed income options included in plan menus.

Fixed Income in Retirement Plan Lineups: Addressing Overlap

Fixed Income in Retirement Plan Lineups: Addressing Overlap

Addressing the potential for overlap in retirement plan menus in the Core and Core-Plus fixed income categories.

Navigating Fixed Income’s Inefficient Frontier

Navigating Fixed Income’s Inefficient Frontier

How bond investors may be able to take advantage of fixed income markets’ inefficiencies.