has certainly had their share of headlines this month. An InvestmentNews
story from the weekend delves further into the future of the Denver-based shop, saying that even with the influx of cash from recent purchaser Dai-ichi Life
, the firm is having trouble moving its focus to fixed-income funds.
Reporter Jason Kephart notes that a big portion of the $2 billion invested by the Japanese insurance company will go toward fixed-income, though the Janus originally rose to prominence through growth equity.
A Janus spokeswoman told Kephart that "Janus continues to focus on making advisers aware of the fixed-income performance and the depth of the fixed-income team."
For more information on Janus' strategy, read the original article
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