Janus Henderson launches global high yield bond OEIC

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Seth Meyer (left) and Tom Ross, managers of Janus Henderson Global High Yield Bond
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Seth Meyer (left) and Tom Ross, managers of Janus Henderson Global High Yield Bond

Janus Henderson has launched an OEIC version of its global high yield bond for UK investors under the management of Tom Ross and Seth Meyer.

The Janus Henderson Global High Yield Bond fund seeks to generate risk-adjusted returns through security selection and top-down beta management, with ESG considerations integrated into the investment process. The sweet spot for high-yield credit It aims to provide an income with potential for capital growth over the long term and to outperform the index by 1.75% per annum, before the deduction of charges, over any five-year period. Top-down beta management decisions are formed from Janus Henderson's global corporate credit team's monthly portfolio construction beta meeting and secu...

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