Janus Henderson Investors to reduce fees on four funds

Assessment of value report

David Brenchley
The AMCs on four of Janus Henderson's funds will come down

The AMCs on four of Janus Henderson's funds will come down

Janus Henderson Investors (JHI) has committed to reducing fees on four of its funds by the end of September, the firm said in its value assessment report.

JHI said its £55m Global Financials, £198m Index-Linked Bond, £61m Institutional UK Gilt and £75m Institutional Long-Dated Gilt funds would see reductions to their annual management charges (AMC) as a...

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