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Michael Keough

Portfolio Manager
Michael Keough | Janus Henderson Investors

Michael Keough is a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors responsible for co-managing the Core Plus, Global Investment Grade, Short Duration and Intermediate Fixed Income strategies. Additionally, he co-manages the U.S. Corporate Credit, Long Duration strategies and the Sustainable Corporate Bond ETF. Mr. Keough has also co-managed the fixed income portion of the Balanced strategy since 2019. He joined Janus as a research analyst in 2007. Prior to his investment management career, he served as a captain in the United States Air Force working as a defense acquisition officer.

Mr. Keough received his bachelor of science degree in business management from the United States Air Force Academy, where he was recognized as a Distinguished Graduate in the management department. He has 15 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

The Growing Importance of Active Management in Sustainable Investing

The Growing Importance of Active Management in Sustainable Investing

A discussion of the potential benefits that can be realized in returns, risk management and the ability to influence companies’ sustainability practices through active engagement.

Looking to sustainability for opportunity

Looking to sustainability for opportunity

Why taking an active approach to sustainable investment could help balance opportunities against the risks in corporate bonds.

Balancing Opportunities and Risks in a Portfolio
Quick Views Volatility

Balancing Opportunities and Risks in a Portfolio

From the JHI Global Media Conference: The importance of building diversified portfolios to provide resilience.

When Forecasts Fall Short, Humility and Diversity are Key

When Forecasts Fall Short, Humility and Diversity are Key

On the challenges of forecasting interest rates in uncertain markets.

Forecasts can fall short; humility and diversity are key

Forecasts can fall short; humility and diversity are key

While forecasting interest rates is difficult, humility, diversity and careful portfolio construction may help improve risk-adjusted returns.

The Fed’s new policy, inflation and its implications for U.S. bonds

The Fed’s new policy, inflation and its implications for U.S. bonds

Greg Wilensky and Michael Keough discuss their outlook for U.S. inflation after the U.S. Federal Reserve’s policy change, and its impact on U.S. bond markets.