Seth Meyer, CFA
Seth Meyer is Head of Fixed Income Strategy at Janus Henderson Investors, a role he has held since 2022. In this role, Seth informs on the strategic direction and ESG strategy of the fixed income platform, and leads the client portfolio manager team. Additionally, he is a Portfolio Manager responsible for co-managing the US and Global High Yield, Multi-Sector Credit and Short Duration High Yield strategies. Seth was promoted to assistant portfolio manager supporting primarily the High Yield and Short Duration High Yield strategies in 2012. He joined Janus in 2004 as a product manager covering a variety of equity and fixed income strategies before becoming a credit analyst. Prior to Janus, he was a consultant relations manager at OppenheimerFunds.
Seth received his bachelor of science degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from the University of Colorado. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and has 25 years of financial industry experience.
Are bonds cheap or expensive? A 5-point valuation checklist
Five key bond valuation metrics for financial professionals and portfolio managers.
The inverted yield curve: Making the case for fixed income in 2023?
In their 2023 outlook, Seth Meyer and John Lloyd look at the historical impact of an inverted yield curve on fixed income returns.
The case for high-yield bonds
A look at high-yield bonds and why some investors might consider a strategic allocation to high yield.
Credit ratings on securitized assets: Can they be trusted?
A look at credit ratings on securitized assets and whether investors can rely on them when constructing fixed income portfolios.
Higher for longer: The case for securitized assets in a higher rate environment
How securitized sectors might play a key role for bond investors amid a challenging interest rate environment.
A Bird in the Hand: Are Yield Returns King Again?
How high-yield fixed income can help to bring defensive characteristics to multi-asset portfolios in a rising rate environment.
High-Yield Bonds: The Useful Side of Supply Constraints
Low primary supply (new issuance) in the high-yield bond market is providing some support for high-yield bonds amid inflation and growth concerns.
Global Perspectives Podcast: The High Is Back in High Yield
Recession risks and rising rates have lifted yields on high yield bonds, so are these concerns now largely priced in?