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会社名 Janus Henderson Group Plc (JANUS HNDRSN GRP)
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業種 投資管理_ファンドオペレ―タ―   金融(Financials)
概要 ジャニス・ヘンダーソン・グループ(Janus Henderson Group plc)(旧名:Henderson Group plc)は積極的投資を行う独立アセット・マネージャーである。同社は管理下の資産を有する顧客中心のグローバル・ビジネスを運営する。同社はヨーロッパ株式、グローバル株式、グローバル債券、並びにプライベート・エクイティとプロパティを含むマルチ・アセットと代替を含む5つの機能にわたる機関・個人投資家向けに積極的管理される各種投資商品を管理する。同社はヨーロッパ、中東とアフリカ(EMEA)、イギリス、アジア及びオーストラリアにおいて事業を展開する。同社のグローバルな確定利付投資は債権アセット・クラスをカバーして、国債、担保付き資産、企業債務及び資産配分・複数の投資テクニックを使用する金融派生商品を含む。ヨーロッパ株式ファンド範囲は各種時価総額専門分野を含む。クライアントは金融プロフェッショナル及び個人・機関投資家を含む。  ジャナス・ヘンダ―ソン・グル―プはイギリスの投資管理会社。アクティブ型の投資、運用を行い、主要資産クラスは欧州株式、グロ―バル株式、債券、複合資産、代替資産。イギリス、北米、欧州、アジア、オ―ストラリアに19カ所のオフィスを置き、世界各国に法人、個人顧客を持つ。本店所在地はロンドン。  Janus Henderson Group (JHG) is a leading global active asset manager dedicated to helping investors achieve long-term financial goals through a broad range of investment solutions, including equities, fixed income, quantitative equities, multi-asset and alternative asset class strategies. At 30 September 2020, Janus Henderson had approximately US$358 billion in assets under management, more than 2,000 employees, and offices in 27 cities worldwide. Headquartered in London, the company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
本社所在地 201 Bishopgate London EC2M 3AE GBR
代表者氏名 Richard M. Weil
代表者役職名 Co-Chief Executive Officer Executive Director
電話番号 +44 20-7818-1818
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市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 2301人
url www.henderson.com
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EBITDA (百万ドル) 719.60000
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 (百万ドル) 4977.10000
売上高 (百万ドル) 2312.40000
企業価値(EV) (百万ドル) 3805.10000
当期純利益 (百万ドル) 508.10000
決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Janus Henderson Group PLC revenues increased 27% to $2.31B. Net income applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 71% to $508.1M. Revenues reflect United States segment increase of 90% to $1.34B. Net income benefited from Other non-operating expenses net increase from $1M (expense) to $68.6M (income). Dividend per share increased from $0.96 to $1.44.

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   30% of firms miss gender diversity targets in 2020  2021/03/17 11:42:10 Financial Planning Today
The Coronavirus pandemic in 2020 set back the progress of women at middle and senior levels in financial services firms with 30% of Women in Finance Charter members missing their targets. A report commissioned by the Treasury and carried out by consultants New Financial to review annual progress found that 3 in 10 firms struggled to reach targets. The report said: “2020 marked the biggest test yet for the 209 Charter signatories. While more than 70% have met or are on track to meet their targets for female representation in senior management, the rest either missed their 2020 deadlines or are falling behind on their future targets.” The report said many firms who slipped behind were on a trajectory to miss their targets before the pandemic started. {loadposition hidden2} The report said: “While the financial services industry has faced many challenges over the past year, it is disappointing that more than half of signatories with a 2020 deadline missed their targets. This group of 44 firms come from all sectors, and 28 are large (1,001-10,000 employees). “The 37 signatories that hit their 2020 deadlines increased female representation steadily over the past two years from a higher starting point, while the 44 that missed started from a lower level and flatlined in 2020.” The reasons for missing targets were usually related to promotion freezes due to the pandemic and over-ambitious targets.
   Trustpilot set for $1.4bn London stock market listing  2021/03/08 08:48:31 Yahoo Finance UK
The company has already secured commitments from investors including Fidelity, Adelphi, BlackRock and Janus Henderson to raise a total of $240m through the initial public offering
   Dividend outlook remains “extremely uncertain” after year of slashed pay-outs  2021/02/23 10:28:21 InstitutionAlassetManager
Dividend outlook remains “extremely uncertain” after year of slashed pay-outs Submitted By Madeleine Taylor | 23/02/2021 - 10:28am Global dividends fell by 12 per cent in 2020 to USD1.3 trillion in the full year of 2020, after cuts and cancellations reached USD220 billion between April and December. Companies in the UK and Europe made up more than half the value of cuts and cancellations combined, according to a new report from UK-based asset manager Janus Henderson. The UK saw the largest total fall in dividends, with total pay-outs falling by 41 per cent to an annual sum of USD62.5 billion. This compared to falls of 32 per cent in the rest of Europe, 18 per cent in Asia Pacific ex-Japan, and 10 per cent in emerging markets. In 2020, London-listed Royal Dutch Shell cut its dividend for the first time since 1945 due to a collapse in oil prices, and major banks Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds, Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Chartered all halted payments. “At a country level, places like the UK, Australia and parts of Europe suffered a greater decline because some companies had arguably been over-distributing before the crisis and because of regulatory interventions in the banking sector,” says Jane Shoemake, client portfolio manager on the Global Equity Income Team at Janus Henderson.
   US Dividends Climb 2.6% to Record High $503.1 Billion in 2020  2021/02/22 13:53:00 Business Wire
DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Janus Henderson releases the latest edition of their Global Dividend Index.
   33% rise in a year in dismal ‘dog’ funds  2021/02/22 06:30:01 Financial Planning Today
Bestinvest has reported a 33% rise in the number of poorly performing ‘dog’ funds over the past year with some major names faring badly, according to its latest ‘Spot The Dog’ fund report. It says the consistently poor performing funds hold £49.6bn of investors money. In its latest report Bestinvest names and shames 119 stock-market focused investment funds that have consistently underperformed the markets they invest - up a third in the past year. Fund giant Invesco is the worst performer, or ‘Top Dog’ in the report for the sixth time in a row, with 11 funds holding £9.2b of assets. Jupiter has moved into second place having become a “rescue home” for Merian Global Investors which it bought last year, says the report. Jupiter has fought off stiff competition from wealth manager St James’s Place and Schroders , which has its own Financial Planing arm, for third and fourth place. Funds managed by Hargreaves Lansdown, Dimensional and Janus Henderson also appear in the ‘biggest beasts’ dog fund list.
   Dividend outlook remains “extremely uncertain” after year of slashed pay-outs  2021/02/23 10:28:21 InstitutionAlassetManager
Dividend outlook remains “extremely uncertain” after year of slashed pay-outs Submitted By Madeleine Taylor | 23/02/2021 - 10:28am Global dividends fell by 12 per cent in 2020 to USD1.3 trillion in the full year of 2020, after cuts and cancellations reached USD220 billion between April and December. Companies in the UK and Europe made up more than half the value of cuts and cancellations combined, according to a new report from UK-based asset manager Janus Henderson. The UK saw the largest total fall in dividends, with total pay-outs falling by 41 per cent to an annual sum of USD62.5 billion. This compared to falls of 32 per cent in the rest of Europe, 18 per cent in Asia Pacific ex-Japan, and 10 per cent in emerging markets. In 2020, London-listed Royal Dutch Shell cut its dividend for the first time since 1945 due to a collapse in oil prices, and major banks Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds, Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Chartered all halted payments. “At a country level, places like the UK, Australia and parts of Europe suffered a greater decline because some companies had arguably been over-distributing before the crisis and because of regulatory interventions in the banking sector,” says Jane Shoemake, client portfolio manager on the Global Equity Income Team at Janus Henderson.
   US Dividends Climb 2.6% to Record High $503.1 Billion in 2020  2021/02/22 13:53:00 Business Wire
DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Janus Henderson releases the latest edition of their Global Dividend Index.
   33% rise in a year in dismal ‘dog’ funds  2021/02/22 06:30:01 Financial Planning Today
Bestinvest has reported a 33% rise in the number of poorly performing ‘dog’ funds over the past year with some major names faring badly, according to its latest ‘Spot The Dog’ fund report. It says the consistently poor performing funds hold £49.6bn of investors money. In its latest report Bestinvest names and shames 119 stock-market focused investment funds that have consistently underperformed the markets they invest - up a third in the past year. Fund giant Invesco is the worst performer, or ‘Top Dog’ in the report for the sixth time in a row, with 11 funds holding £9.2b of assets. Jupiter has moved into second place having become a “rescue home” for Merian Global Investors which it bought last year, says the report. Jupiter has fought off stiff competition from wealth manager St James’s Place and Schroders , which has its own Financial Planing arm, for third and fourth place. Funds managed by Hargreaves Lansdown, Dimensional and Janus Henderson also appear in the ‘biggest beasts’ dog fund list.
   UK equities set to revive as vaccine roll-out boosts economic recovery hopes  2021/02/18 20:46:41 InstitutionAlassetManager
UK equities set to revive as vaccine roll-out boosts economic recovery hopes Submitted By Madeleine Taylor | 18/02/2021 - 8:46pm Asset managers are preparing for a rebound in UK equities, as an easing of coronavirus restrictions is expected to follow a swift roll-out of vaccinations. Last week, the chief economist of the Bank of England Andy Haldane said that the UK economy is “like a coiled spring” with “enormous amounts of pent-up financial energy waiting to be released” once the effects of the mass vaccination programme kick in. The UK economy shrank by almost 10 per cent last year, resulting in a contraction more than twice as large as any on record, said the Office for National Statistics. The IMF has also cut its expectations for UK economic growth, expecting it to expand by 4.5 per cent this year, and another 5 per cent in 2022. At the end of January, London-headquartered asset manager Schroders, upgraded its outlook on UK equities to ‘positive’. “We upgraded UK equities as we expect it to benefit as the global recovery broadens into multinational and commodity-sensitive markets,” wrote Schroders, noting strong recent gains from oil and gas and basic materials companies.
   Janus Henderson to Offer New U.S. Real Estate Exchange Traded Fund to U.S. Investors  2021/02/17 11:45:00 Business Wire
DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Janus Henderson has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the Janus Henderson U.S. Real Estate ETF (JRE).
   Janus Henderson Group (JHG) to Release Earnings on Thursday  2021/02/02 08:06:45 Transcript Daily
Janus Henderson Group (NYSE:JHG) will issue its quarterly earnings data before the market opens on Thursday, February 4th. Analysts expect the company to announce earnings of $0.77 per share for the quarter. Parties that wish to listen to the company’s conference call can do so using this link. Shares of NYSE:JHG opened at $31.90 on […]
   Janus Henderson to end property fund suspension after nearly a year  2021/01/27 16:30:00 Property Week
Janus Henderson will re-open its property fund at the end of February, almost a year after it suspended dealings due to the pandemic.
   Boojum Links With Henderson Group To Launch Ready Meal Range - Business Eye  2021/01/21 15:26:10 Business Eye
Homegrown Mexican Burrito Bar chain Boojum has linked up with Henderson Group to launch a brand new range of retail ready meals. For the Boojum addicts out there, and there are many, this is not a drill! The award winning brand are bringing their famous, restaurant-ready Mexican flavours to shelves near you! The new range …
   BNY Mellon Selected for Global Data Management Platform by Janus Henderson  2021/01/19 13:00:00 Benzinga
NEW YORK , Jan. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- BNY Mellon has secured a mandate from global leading active asset manager, Janus Henderson, to implement a global data management platform that will help improve their quality and ease of access to investment information across the enterprise. The cloud-based solution supports the data platform transformation strategy of Janus Henderson and will consolidate sources of information into one global data store – creating a unified data architecture and single source of truth for investment intelligence. This is one of several recent examples that demonstrates how BNY Mellon software, data and content products benefit some of the industry's largest asset managers and owners. "We're excited to work with Janus Henderson to maximize the value of their data, … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Janus Henderson to Report Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2020 Results  2021/01/15 09:00:00 Business Wire
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Janus Henderson Group plc (NYSE/ASX: JHG) will announce its fourth quarter and full-year 2020 results on Thursday 4 February 2021 at 4am EST, 9am GMT, 8pm AEDT. A conference call and webcast to discuss the results will be held at 8am EST, 1pm GMT, 12am AEDT (5 February). Those wishing to participate in the conference call should call the applicable number below and reference the Janus Henderson Results Briefing (Conference ID: 10151464): From: United Kingdom 0

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