Janus Capital claims fixed income fund is different to others

SharesJanus Capital International has launched a fixed income fund and claimed the bottom-up strategy will complement a market place dominated by macro-based investing. The Janus Global Flexible Income fund will target investment grade and high yield bonds worldwide, using a fundamentally driven process. Gibson Smith, a co-manager of the fund and Janus’ co-chief investment officer, said the fund offered “an alternative and complementary style to many of the macro-driven strategies that dominate the global fixed-income marketplace”. The fund’s primary benchmark is Barclays Capital Global Aggregate Bond Index. Darrell Watters and Chris Diaz are the other co-managers. ©2012 funds europe

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