Janus Henderson Asia Pacific fund manager to depart

Andrew Gillan

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Andrew Gillan of Janus Henderson
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Andrew Gillan of Janus Henderson

Janus Henderson’s Asia Pacific ex Japan Growth Equity strategy is to come under new leadership, with current manager Andrew Gillan to be replaced by new co-portfolio managers Matthew Culley and Daniel Graña.

The firm said that following a review of internal resources and subject to any necessary regulatory approvals, Graña and Culley will replace Gillan on 1 March. Mediolanum International Funds hires chief business officer to accelerate growth Gillan is currently head of Asia ex Japan equities for the company and will leave in April "to pursue other avenues within the investment management industry". It has not been announced whether anyone will replace him as head of Asia ex Japan equities. Graña and Culley's responsibilities will including managing the Janus Henderson Asia Pacific C...

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