Janus and Henderson merge for scale

The deal gives the British and American fund managers more consistency and scale – crucial in an increasingly tough environment for active managers, say industry observers.

Janus and Henderson merge for scale

Cross-border mergers between global fund houses don’t happen every day. But there are several good reasons why US-based Janus Capital and the UK’s Henderson Global Investors announced on Monday they were combining to form Janus Henderson Global Investors, which will have $322 billion in assets under management.

Andrew Formica, chairman of Henderson, summed up the situation succinctly in a conference call today “Five structural trends are top of mind  namely, rising costs...

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