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Janus Henderson Group Declares Qtrly Dividend Of US$0.36 Per Share
Janus Henderson Issues Amended Dividend Dates To 3 June 2020
Janus Henderson Group Posts Qtrly Total Revenue $554.9 Million
Janus Henderson Group PLC is an independent global asset manager. The Company specializes in active investment across all asset classes. It operates through the investment management business segment. It manages a broad range of investment products for institutional and retail investors across five capabilities: Equities, Quantitative Equities, Fixed Income, Multi-Asset and Alternatives. It operates across various product lines, distribution channels and geographic regions. Its regional focus includes United States, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Richard D. Gillingwater
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Richard M. Weil
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Glenn S. Schafer
Non-Executive Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board
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Global Chief Investment Officer
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Six asset managers including M&G <MNG.L> and Legal & General <LGEN.L> said they were keeping property funds totalling more than $7.5 billion in assets frozen as valuers continue to struggle to assess real estate due to the coronavirus crisis.
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Although this week's suspensions of UK property funds were due to fallout from coronavirus rather than cash calls, they raise "legitimate questions" about offering daily redemptions, the Financial Conduct Authority said on Thursday.
Property funds should suspend themselves if they can no longer properly assess the value of the real estate assets they hold, a British funds industry trade body said on Wednesday.
British asset manager Aviva Investors said on Wednesday it had suspended trading in its UK property fund after market volatility made it difficult to value the fund's assets.
Asset managers Kames Capital <AEGN.AS> and Janus Henderson <JHG.N> said on Tuesday they had temporarily suspended dealings in their UK real estate funds as market turbulence caused by coronavirus made it hard to accurately value the properties they contain.
* JANUS HENDERSON SUSPENDS DEALINGS IN UK PROPERTY FUND -WEBSITE Further company coverage: (Reporting By Carolyn Cohn)
A $4.5 billion buyout of Legg Mason Inc by rival Franklin Resources Inc announced on Tuesday is the latest example of how a decade-long shift into low-cost, index-tracking products is pushing stock-picking funds to join forces to remain competitive.
A $4.5 billion buyout of Legg Mason Inc <LM.N> by rival Franklin Resources Inc <BEN.N> announced on Tuesday is the latest example of how a decade-long shift into low-cost, index-tracking products is pushing stock-picking funds to join forces to remain competitive.
Asset manager Franklin Resources Inc said on Tuesday it would buy rival Legg Mason Inc in a $4.5 billion deal as the two firms known for their stockpicking grapple with investors' embrace of low-cost index tracking funds.
European leveraged loan and high-yield bond buyers are pushing companies they invest in to have a standard disclosure on environmental, social and governance, a move that is likely to turn up the heat on ESG adoption in the leveraged finance market.
British fund manager M&G Investments <MNG.L> suspended dealing in its flagship UK property fund on Wednesday, blaming Brexit uncertainty and weakness in the retail sector for a surge in investor requests to cash out.
Britain's financial markets regulator has fined Henderson Investment Funds (HIFL) 1.9 million pounds for overcharging more than 4,700 retail investors over five years, in its first "closet-tracking" penalty.
Here are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
* SAYS ACCEPTS FCA FINE FOR OVER-CHARGING; HAS FULLY COMPENSATED CLIENTS AND IMPROVED CONTROLS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting By Simon Jessop)
Britain's financial markets regulator has fined Henderson Investment Funds (HIFL), now part of Janus Henderson, 1.9 million pounds ($2.45 million) for not treating more than 4,500 retail investors fairly.
Britain's top property investment funds have shed almost 10% of their combined assets this year as investors fret about the impact of Britain's exit from the European Union.
Lender Provident Financial said shareholder Janus Henderson Investors does not plan to accept the hostile takeover bid for Provident by Non-Standard Finance , adding that more than one-fifth of its shareholders hold the same position.
Fund manager Janus Henderson Group on Tuesday reported quarterly profit that missed Wall Street expectations, hit by customers withdrawing more funds against the backdrop of heightened market volatility.
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