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Mike Kerley

Portfolio Manager
Mike Kerley | Janus Henderson Investors

Mike Kerley is a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors. He has managed Pacific equities since joining Henderson in 2004 and managed investment trusts since 2007. Additionally, Mr. Kerley is co-manager of the Janus Henderson Asian Dividend Income strategy. Previously, he was with ISIS Asset Management as director of Pacific Basin equities. Prior to this, he worked in the operations department at Invesco Asset Management and later assumed the positions of trainee fund manager for Asian equities, fund manager for global equities and fund manager for emerging market equities.

Mr. Kerley attended the London Business School, where he studied investment management. He has managed money in the Asia-Pacific region since 1993 and has 35 years of financial industry experience.

Articles Written

Coronavirus: how sustainable are dividends in Asia?

Coronavirus: how sustainable are dividends in Asia?

In this article, Mike Kerley, Asian equity income portfolio manager, shares his views on whether Asian companies will follow the recently announced dividend cuts in the US, UK and Europe, the reasons for taking a positive view on dividend sustainability in Asia, as well as portfolio positioning amid the coronavirus uncertainty.

Coronavirus: how sustainable are dividends in Asia?

Coronavirus: how sustainable are dividends in Asia?

In this article, Mike Kerley, Asian equity income portfolio manager, shares his views on whether Asian companies will follow the recently announced dividend cuts in the US, UK and Europe, the reasons for taking a positive view on dividend sustainability in Asia, as well as portfolio positioning amid the coronavirus uncertainty.

COVID-19: cautiously optimistic on Asian equities from an income perspective

COVID-19: cautiously optimistic on Asian equities from an income perspective

Mike Kerley, Asian income equities portfolio manager, shares his views on the latest developments in Asia and discusses the investment implications from an income point of view.