Janus Henderson Investors is a leading global active asset manager. We exist to help clients achieve their long-term financial goals.
Our active management offers clients the opportunity to outperform passive portfolios over the course of market cycles. We aim to do this by taking on appropriate levels of risk and offering products and strategies at reasonable fees. The outlook for markets in the foreseeable future suggests returns are likely to be lower on a relative basis and more volatile than they have been in the past decade. In this environment, the value of active management could be crucial.
We are also in a time of accelerating change that is reshaping the way people live their lives. This can be unsettling and make it harder to achieve financial goals. At an investment level, disruption poses both challenges and opportunities and our managers apply their experience within the context of risk versus reward, seeking to ensure clients are on the right side of change. In this way, we hope to offer a welcome level of stability and predictability in a volatile world.
With more than 350 investment professionals*, we provide access to some of the industry’s most talented and innovative thinkers, spanning equities, fixed income, multi-asset, and alternatives, globally. Our investment teams blend insight, originality, and precision with rigorous analysis, structured processes, and robust risk management. They seek to be at the forefront of anticipating and adapting to change to deliver market-leading, risk-adjusted returns.
Our individual, intermediary, and institutional clients span the globe. They value our partnership approach and entrust us with more than £282.9bn of their assets*. Our conviction in the value of active management means building partnerships on openness and trust, channelling expertise from across the business, and communicating the views of our experts in a timely and relevant way. We call this Knowledge. Shared.
*Source: Janus Henderson Investors. Staff and AUM data as at 31 December 2019. AUM data excludes Exchange-Traded Note (‘ETN’) assets.