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Matthew Culley

Portfolio Manager | Research Analyst
Matthew Culley | Janus Henderson Investors

Matthew Culley is a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors responsible for co-managing the All-Cap Emerging Market Equity and Asia Pacific ex Japan Growth Equity strategies since 2022. Additionally, he serves as a Research Analyst focused on the Communications, Technology and Consumer sectors. Before joining the firm as an assistant portfolio manager in 2019, Mr. Culley was a co-portfolio manager on a global equity fund and an analyst covering global equities, including global and emerging market consumer and technology, at Putnam Investments. He started with Putnam in 2008 as an investment associate on the equities team.

Mr. Culley earned a bachelor of science degree in finance and economics from Boston College. He has 14 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Long-Term Trends in EM: A Growing Focus on ESG

Long-Term Trends in EM: A Growing Focus on ESG

ESG factors are becoming increasingly important in the analysis of EM companies.

The Domino Effect: Russia, Ukraine and the Rest of EM

The Domino Effect: Russia, Ukraine and the Rest of EM

The domino effect of rising prices from the disrupted supply of commodities and resources from Russia and Ukraine could have far-reaching effects across EMs.

Long-Term Trends in EM: Opportunity and Impact through Innovation
Quick Views Emerging Markets

Long-Term Trends in EM: Opportunity and Impact through Innovation

How the pace of innovation is expanding within emerging markets, particularly in technology, finance and health care.

Long-Term Trends in EM: Taking the Lead in Innovation
Quick Views Emerging Markets

Long-Term Trends in EM: Taking the Lead in Innovation

How innovation is evolving in emerging markets as EM companies adopt a leading role in major global innovation themes.

Emerging markets now fertile ground for innovation

Emerging markets now fertile ground for innovation

While the pandemic has increased near-term risk, the rise of innovative and value-added industries should place the future trajectory of emerging markets on more stable footing, Daniel Graña and Matt Culley argue.

Emerging Markets: Near-Term Uncertainty Matched with Long-Term Opportunity

Emerging Markets: Near-Term Uncertainty Matched with Long-Term Opportunity

The ability to navigate the pandemic and harness innovation are key drivers for emerging market equities growth.

Emerging Markets: Near-Term Uncertainty Matched with Long-Term Opportunity

Emerging Markets: Near-Term Uncertainty Matched with Long-Term Opportunity

While near-term risks exist, the trajectory of emerging markets remains on stable footing