Japan’s Dai-ichi Life Insurance agrees to invest in Janus Capital Group portfolios and distribute Janus products, in return for a 15%-plus stake.
In partnership with Janus Capital Group
The primary focus in manager choice should be analysis of investment process, with historical performance relegated to a secondary role, says INTECH Investment Management.
Janus Capital's quantitative fund management unit expects the product to attract attention from large, long-term investors.
Carl Moss of INTECH shares his views on how to find alpha after a challenging year or so.
A roundtable discussion on risk management reveals market participants have increased the time devoted to ensuring risk is factored into return expectations.
Intech is to provide the new international equity strategy to Japanese pension funds through Nikko Asset Management.
The Janus Capital subsidiary makes its Collared Long Short (120/20) Fund available to Asian institutional investors.
The fund manager is also readying a global equities version of its mathematical approach to US large caps.
Dai-ichi Life IBJ is teaming with the US fund manager to provide Japanese institutions with enhanced indexed product.