] has certainly had an interesting few months.
First, the firm released an earnings report which showed outflows for the 12th straight quarter. Then came the news last week that Dai-ichi
, the Japanese life insurer, had bought a 20 percent stake in the fund shop.
is reporting that the shop's finding it difficult to bring in quality PMs.
Morningstar's Greg Carlson writes
about the number of managers who have left in the past few years, including John Eisinger
, who departed just last week. He also lists a number of Janus funds that are struggling, along with a few that are doing well.
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