John Lloyd

Co-Head of Global Credit Research | Portfolio Manager
John Lloyd | Janus Henderson Investors

John Lloyd is Co-Head of Global Credit Research and a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors responsible for managing the Multi-Sector Income strategy. He has held these positions since 2009 and 2014, respectively. He also has co-managed the fixed income portion of the Perkins Value Plus Income strategy since 2018. Mr. Lloyd joined Janus as a research analyst in 2005. Prior to that, he worked as a private equity associate at H.I.G. Capital in Miami and at Willis Stein & Partners in Chicago. Earlier in his career, Mr. Lloyd was an investment banking analyst for Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown.

Mr. Lloyd received his bachelor of arts degree in economics from the University of Michigan and his MBA from Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business. Mr. Lloyd has 21 years of financial industry experience.

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Inverted Yield Curve Signals Caution, Even if Recession Remains Distant

Inverted Yield Curve Signals Caution, Even if Recession Remains Distant

Fixed Income Portfolio Managers John Lloyd and John Kerschner discuss the inverted yield curve and its implications for bond investors.

Deal or No Deal? What T-Mobile’s Proposed Acquisition of Sprint Could Mean for Bond Markets
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Deal or No Deal? What T-Mobile’s Proposed Acquisition of Sprint Could Mean for Bond Markets

Portfolio Manager John Lloyd and Credit Analyst Mike Talaga discuss the bond market implications of T-Mobile’s proposed acquisition of Sprint.

Assessing the BBB Bond Market: It’s Not as Bad as it Seems
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Assessing the BBB Bond Market: It’s Not as Bad as it Seems

Co-Head of Global Credit Research and Portfolio Manager John Lloyd explains why concerns surrounding the growth in BBB-rated debt may be overblown.

Sector Spotlight: Food and Beverage

Sector Spotlight: Food and Beverage

Shifting consumer habits are shaking up the food and beverage industry, creating the need for a selective approach when owning these traditionally defensive names.