Janus Henderson have been managing investment trusts since 1934 – over 80 years. Janus Henderson are one largest managers of investment trusts in the UK, managing a well-established range of 13 investment trusts covering different geographies and asset classes. We take pride in what we do and care passionately about the quality of our products and the services we provide, helping clients achieve their long-term financial goals is at the heart of what we do. With a dedicated team, solely focused on investment trusts, we provide extensive knowledge and experience. This is reflected in our Knowledge. Shared ethos, we believe in the sharing of expert insight for better investment and business decisions. For a full list of our Trusts please see below.
long-term growth to shareholders via a diversified, international, multi-strategy portfolio which also offers access to specialised funds including hedge and private equity
seeks income and capital growth such that the total return exceeds the average return
seeks to maximise total return from a focused portfolio of listed stocks, mainly in Continental Europe.
seeks to achieve a superior total return from a portfolio of high quality European (excluding the UK) investments.
aims to provide a high level of dividend as well as capital appreciation from a diversified portfolio
seeks to provide investors with a high dividend income stream while also maintaining the prospect of capital growth
aims to provide a high and rising level of dividends as well as capital appreciation over the long-term
aims to provide shareholders with higher than average growth of capital over the medium to long term from a portfolio of predominantly UK companies
aims to give shareholders a higher than average return with growth of both capital and income over the medium to long term
seeks to provide long-term growth in income and capital, principally by investment in equities listed on the London Stock Exchange.
aims to maximise shareholder total returns by investing mainly in smaller companies in the United Kingdom
seeks capital growth by investing in smaller and medium sized companies
aims to achieve capital and dividend growth over the long term