For 80 years Janus Henderson Investors (formerly Henderson Global Investors) has been in the business of managing money invested in investment trusts. Today we look after 14 different investment trusts and investment companies with assets valued at over £5bn (Source: Association of Investment Companies, 31 Dec 2014). We invest in wide range of countries, sectors and assets to provide investors with choice, diversity and opportunity.
What is an investment trust?
- An investment trust is a company listed on a stock exchange that buys the shares or assets of other companies with the aim of making a return for investors
- Each trust has a formal objective setting out its aims
- Investment trusts are run by independent Board of Directors who appoint a fund manager to make investment decisions.
- Shares in investment trusts can be bought easily though a share dealing service, a stockbroker and some Independent Financial Advisers.
Who are Janus Henderson Investors?
Janus Henderson is now an independent asset manager with assets under management of more than £76.6bn, more than 850 employees and offices in 19 cities around the world*. It is dual-listed on the London Stock Exchange and the Australian Securities Exchange, is a member of the ASX 100 and FTSE 250 indices, and has a market capitalisation of £2.7bn*. Janus Henderson’s clients range from global institutions to personal investors in a variety of domestic markets worldwide.
Find out more at www.hendersoninvestmenttrusts.com
*Source: Henderson Global Investors, at 30 September 2014. The value of an investment, including the income from it, can fall as well as rise. You might not get back all you invest.