Exchange Traded Funds
As a leading global asset manager, Janus Henderson is committed to offering distinctive strategies for today's complex market environment. Janus Henderson is focused on designing active, enhanced beta, and sustainable ETFs that help our clients reach a variety of their investment goals including growth of capital, uncorrelated returns and income.
Active Equity ETFs
Research-driven, active ETFs that offer investors options for equity portfolios. Our disciplined processes allow us to analyze and take action in a variety of equity markets in a cost-effective and flexible manner.
High-conviction, low-carbon oriented portfolio of international companies selected for their sustainable characteristics, compounding growth potential and positive impact on the environment and society.
Active Fixed Income ETFs
Active ETFs provide investors an opportunity to directly address the challenges in today's fixed income markets. The active structure allows us to express our high conviction ideas and tap areas of the market overlooked or underrepresented by market indices and passive investments.
Modeling borrower behavior to drive returns.
An option to put cash to work.
Actively managed corporate credit portfolio employing positive and negative screens to identify U.S. companies constructively advancing ESG principles.
Core U.S. fixed income portfolio investing in sustainable opportunities with potential for positive impact across multiple social and environmental themes.
Enhanced Beta ETFs
Innovative strategies that package investing insights – such as a distinctive process or a time-tested philosophy – with the features of an ETF.
Exposure to small and mid-cap growth has been a valuable source of investor return, but not without the risks that can surround some young, growing companies.
We developed an investment philosophy that targets resilient companies poised for long-run sustainable growth through a variety of market environments. We call that philosophy Smart Growth®.
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