Mathew Kaleel is a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2018. He joined Henderson in 2013 as part of the acquisition of H3 Global Advisors, where he was co-head of global commodities and managed futures. Mathew started at H3 Global Advisors in 1996 and was instrumental in establishing the firm. While there, he managed mandates and proprietary capital on behalf of multiple domestic and international banks, family offices, fund of funds, and pension fund clients. He began his career with Infinity Constructions, working in the project management and quantity surveying departments.
Mathew earned a bachelor’s degree in economics with a focus on accounting and commercial law from Sydney University. Additionally, he received a bachelor of building (project management) degree from the University of Technology in Sydney, graduating with honours. He was named the S&P Emerging Manager of the Year in 2008. He has 28 years of financial industry experience.
You got a trend in me: ‘Recessionary Alpha’
Portfolio Managers Mathew Kaleel, Andrew Kaleel and Maya Perone look at the returns profile for trend following strategies during recessionary environments.
Anatomy of a short squeeze: causes, outcomes and lessons
What lessons can short squeezes offer about the inherent danger of carrying excessive leverage or short positions during periods of heightened risk and illiquidity?
Keep calm and (commodity) carry on
Volatility and noise in financial markets increased markedly in the first quarter of 2022. Can investors find a useful signal in commodity markets that can shed some light in a somewhat uncertain world?
‘Gradually then suddenly’ – or how to fall in love with trend following
Just how important is patience for trend following investors? Portfolio managers Mathew Kaleel, Andrew Kaleel and Maya Perone consider the implications of the ‘gradually then suddenly’ phenomenon.
Commodities – super cycle or just good sense?
With multiple structural tailwinds and the risk of inflation making headlines, can commodities offer viable diversification for a modern portfolio?
Commodity indices: The carbon offsetting evolution
How investors can utilise carbon futures, both as an active tool to help mitigate carbon emissions and as a potential additional source of returns.