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Henderson Global Investors hires Steve Weeple into global growth team

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3 weeks ago

London, 4th May 2017

​Henderson Global Investors has hired Steve Weeple into the global growth equities team led by Ian Warmerdam. The team is based in Edinburgh, Scotland, and Steve joins as a portfolio manager.

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Henderson Global Investors hires Ian Tabberer as Investment Director on the Henderson Emerging Market Equities team

by Ian Tabberer

2 months ago
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Henderson Global Investors launches Global Equity Market Neutral Fund

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2 months ago

​Henderson has further extended its absolute return offering, with the launch of the Henderson Gartmore Global Equity Market Neutral Fund. The Luxembourg-domiciled SICAV will target positive absolute returns, and low volatility, irrespective of equity market direction.

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Henderson Global Investors launches new Cash-flow Driven Investment (CDI) Strategy

by Colin Fleury

4 months ago

​Henderson Global Investors has expanded its institutional offering with the launch of the Henderson Cash-flow Driven Investment (CDI) Strategy. This new strategy has been developed in response to the growing number of defined benefit pension schemes turning cash-flow negative, and will be co-manged by Colin Fleury, head of secured credit and Stephen Thariyan, global head of credit. It aims to help defined benefit pension schemes meet their cash-flow needs over the next 5-10 years, while avoiding selling down assets at inappropriate times or holding high cash balances.

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US dividend growth slows to post-crisis low

by Alex Crooke

6 months ago

​Global dividends fell to $281.7bn in the third quarter, down 4.0% year-on-year, according to the Henderson Global Dividend Index. This was the weakest performance since the second quarter of 2015. Three main factors are behind the decline. First, special payouts were lower, particularly in the US. Secondly, the third quarter sees a seasonal peak from areas of the world that currently have weaker dividend growth such as emerging markets, Australia, and the UK. And finally, dividend growth in the US has slowed. As the largest contributor to dividends, a slowdown here makes a significant impact. On an underlying basis, which adjusts for exchange rates, special dividends and other factors, the global total was 0.3% lower.

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Merger in the press: implications for active investment management

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7 months ago

​The Australian explores whether the proposed merger of Janus and Henderson signals a high water mark for passive investing with stock picking, active investment managers more suited to meeting investor needs in the conditions ahead. 

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Henderson announce intention to merge

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8 months ago

We are delighted to advise you that Henderson has announced its intention to merge with Janus Capital Group.  This is an exciting development for both Henderson and Janus and for the future of high-quality, active fund management.  Janus Henderson Global Investors will become one of the largest and most diversified active investment managers in the world, with total assets under management of over US$320 billion. We believe that greater scale provides a number of important benefits for our clients.

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Client daily dealing in the Henderson UK Property PAIF and Feeder Fund planned to resume mid-October

by Ainslie McLennan

8 months ago

​Henderson Global Investors intend to reopen the Henderson UK Property PAIF and Feeder Fund. 

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Henderson temporarily suspends dealing in Henderson UK Property PAIF & Henderson UK Property PAIF Feeder Fund

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10 months ago

​Henderson Global Investors has temporarily suspended all trading in the Henderson UK Property PAIF and the Henderson UK Property PAIF Feeder Fund to safeguard the interests of all investors.

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Global dividend surge leaves UK out in the cold as home-grown payouts fall

by Alex Crooke

1 year ago

​Global dividends rose 2.2% to US$218.4bn in the first quarter of 2016, according to the latest Henderson Global Dividend Index, an increase of $4.7bn year on year. This pushed the HGDI to 158.8, its highest level in a year.

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Henderson hires Stephen Payne as co-manager of the Henderson Cautious Managed Fund

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1 year ago

​Henderson Global Investors has hired Stephen Payne as co-manager of the £2.1 billion* Henderson Cautious Managed Fund. Reporting directly to Chris Burvill, director of UK equities and lead fund manager, and working alongside co-managers John Pattullo and Jenna Barnard, Stephen will be responsible for managing the performance and growth of the fund.

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Central bank reaction: pause for thought

Mitul Patel, Head of Interest Rates, and Ian Tabberer and Matthew Beesley, Managers of Henderson's World Select Strategy, ​reflect on the monetary policy decisions taken in April by the US Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan.

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Henderson launches new Institutional Short Duration Bond Fund

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1 year ago

​Henderson Global Investors has expanded its £24.8bn* fixed income offering with the launch of the Henderson Institutional Short Duration Bond Fund. The fund will appeal to investors with a relatively low risk tolerance looking to generate a return above sterling Libor.

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+Tuning in

​The telecommunications industry is experiencing major changes, from technological shifts through to market consolidation. Several of our fund managers give their take on the sector and some of the investment opportunities created by the changes.

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Investor trends

by Paul O'Connor

1 year ago

​We look at some of the factors and trends that are leading to significant changes for the investment industry in future years

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Henderson Global Investors hires Stephen Deane to join emerging markets equities team

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1 year ago

​Stephen Deane has joined Henderson Global Investors from Stewart Investors (previously known as First State Stewart) as a senior portfolio manager. He will work alongside the head of emerging markets equities, Glen Finegan, and the wider emerging markets equities team. Stephen will be based in Henderson’s Edinburgh office.

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Fixed income: crowded house!

by John Pattullo

1 year ago

​Some of the turbulence seen these days in the financial markets, particularly in intraday trading activity, seems like ‘four seasons in one day’.

John Pattullo, Co-Head of Retail Fixed Income, explores how the ultra-loose monetary policies of central banks have driven investors into taking higher risk. With many piling into the same trades, this leads to correlated strategies and what are known as ‘crowded positions’.
 
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Chinese yuan "relatively stable" vs currency basket

by Simon Ward

1 year ago

​Markets have been spooked this week by competing fears that 1) China has embarked on a major devaluation push and 2) large-scale capital outflows will undermine the authorities’ commitment to a stable exchange rate.

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Simple UK growth forecasting rule gives positive message for 2016

by Simon Ward

1 year ago

​A simple forecasting rule-of-thumb based on the money supply and share prices – a rule that correctly predicted that economic growth would strengthen in 2013-14 but moderate in 2015 – suggests that GDP will rise by more than the consensus forecast of 2.3% in 2016.

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Henderson Global Investors launches Pan European Dividend Income Fund

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1 year ago

​Henderson has further extended its equity dividend offering, with the launch today of the Henderson Horizon Pan European Dividend Income Fund. The fund will be managed by Nick Sheridan, who also manages the Henderson Horizon Euroland Fund.

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