The regional chief of the French fund manager explains why it made the latest move in a spate of M&A taking place among active asset managers across the globe.
The king of bonds, Bill Gross, didn’t settle for an amicable retirement. What does his departure mean for Pimco, for Janus – and for himself?
Janus Capital hopes to benefit from demand for the Asia growth story from investors outside the United States.
Matt McKeith, former global head of equity dealing at First State, has been replaced by Prado, one of a raft of senior staff to leave Janus Capital in recent months.
Asset managers should not assume that China-derived inflows will continue at the same pace as they have in past years, agree the Asia heads of four big fund management firms.
Portfolio manager Carmel Wellso notes that rising disposable income in the region means more money is flowing into savings and investment products.
Aberdeen Asset Management and Janus Capital express caution over the outlook for the US market, with the high level of unemployment a major area of concern.
The US asset manager switches from PineBridge Investments to a new funds distributor in its biggest Asian market after Japan.
China and India spend just 3% of GDP on healthcare, as against 16% in the US, but that figure is set to grow far faster than in developed markets, says Andy Acker of Janus Capital.
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.
There is a clear mismatch between the goals of Taiwanese bond-fund investors and their allocation to these assets, according to research by Janus Capital.