Janus Henderson bolsters senior investment trust team

Poaches from JP Morgan

Kathleen Gallagher
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Janus Henderson has made two hires for its investment trust team as it looks to grow that part of the business.

Dan Howe, who joins from JP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM), has been appointed deputy head of investment trusts. Howe, who was executive director of global strategic relationships at JPMAM, will focus on enhancing sales, marketing and business development activities and report to James de Sausmarez, director and head of investment trusts. Janus Henderson has also hired Oliver Packard as head of investment trust sales. Packard joins from Panmure Gordon where he was executive director of investment fund sales. Fidelity appointment to Genesis EM trust highlights sector's drive for ret...

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