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Jennifer James

Portfolio Manager | Lead Emerging Markets Analyst

Jennifer James is a Portfolio Manager and Lead Emerging Markets Analyst at Janus Henderson Investors. Prior to joining Henderson in 2014 as lead analyst, Ms. James was a co-fund manager and research analyst on the global credit team at Thames River Capital. Since moving to London in 2005, she has had investment roles covering corporate credit at several hedge funds, including Amaranth, Peloton, and Gruss. Her first buy-side position was at Bear Stearns Asset Management on their high-yield team. She started her career in the analyst program at JP Morgan and then moved to high-yield research as a junior research analyst for the investment bank.

 

Ms. James received a BSc degree in management (accounting) with concentrations in finance and English literature from Boston College. She holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC) and has 23 years of financial industry experience.

 

Articles Written

China’s Economic Rebalancing Casts a Cloud on Property
Quick Views China Credit

China’s Economic Rebalancing Casts a Cloud on Property

The far-reaching implications of China’s efforts to rebalance its economy.

eCNY: Slow Burn to Rapid Acceleration?
Quick Views China

eCNY: Slow Burn to Rapid Acceleration?

How the People’s Bank of China’s e-CNY has the potential to rapidly reshape the payments industry.

The Great Transition: Demographic Change in China
Quick Views China

The Great Transition: Demographic Change in China

Interpreting the data in China’s latest census, with a focus on pressing economic and societal issues.

The Far-Reaching Investment Implications of China Decarbonization

The Far-Reaching Investment Implications of China Decarbonization

Considering the massive investment implications of China’s decarbonization plan.

China Decarbonization: The Emergence of a Mega-theme

China Decarbonization: The Emergence of a Mega-theme

Daniel Graña, Matt Doody and Jennifer James look at how China decarbonization has the potential to be one of the biggest investment themes over the coming years.