Graeme Clark is a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors. He joined Henderson in 2013 and is responsible for co-managing the Global Technology Leaders and Sustainable Future Technologies strategies. Graeme began his career at Ernst & Young in 1994 as a senior auditor. He later held the position of senior analyst covering European software and IT services on the sell-side for ING, Piper Jaffray, and Jefferies.
Graeme received a degree in accountancy and business from the University of Edinburgh, graduating with honours. He holds a CFA UK Level 4 Certificate in Investment Management and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Scotland. He has 29 years of financial industry experience.
Technology is bringing the future of autonomous driving closer
Despite signs of progress, a pragmatic approach towards investing in the autonomous driving space is warranted.
How can technology enable carbon markets?
Key takeaways from COP27 and a discussion about how technology can facilitate credible and meaningful carbon markets.
A focus on rational expectations key for technology stocks
A discussion on valuations, growth expectations for 2023 and how technology can address some of the world’s major challenges.
Healthcare tech: interesting opportunities but beware the hype
Healthcare technology companies are providing solutions to the rising demand for healthcare, but what are the implications for investors?
Cybersecurity: building a safer online world
Data security is a large and impactful social issue. The Global Technology Leaders Team examines the rising threat landscape and the cybersecurity industry’s solutions to this global challenge.
Smartphones on wheels
There are parallels to be drawn between the growth and evolution of electric vehicles and smartphones, with attractive opportunities for savvy investors, according to Alison Porter, Graeme Clark and Richard Clode.
‘A third way’ to sustain the gig economy
Alison Porter, Graeme Clark and Richard Clode from the Global Technology Leaders Team discuss the gig economy’s broad-ranging impact and why ESG engagement is imperative when investing in disruptive technologies.