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by Greggory Warren, CFA

Bulls Say

With $177.7 billion in AUM at the end of the second quarter of 2014, Janus is a medium-size asset manager with a product portfolio that includes growth and value equity funds, as well as a growing fixed-income franchise.
Janus' fixed-income mutual funds continue to generate strong investment performance, with 100% of its funds outperforming their peers on a one- and three-year total return basis at the end of June 2014.
Over the past five and a half years, Janus' fixed-income operations have increased nearly fivefold in size. Read more 

Bears Say

Janus is stuck in the middle of a bunch of other midsize asset managers, lacking the distribution, visibility with investment advisors, and scale necessary, in our view, to compete effectively with many of its peers.
With $51.7 billion of Janus' AUM subjected to performance-based advisory fees, and most of these assets struggling to generate outsized performance, it could be several years before the firm sees more normalized levels of performance fee income.
While U.S. equity markets have more than doubled during the past five and a half years, Janus' equity AUM has increased just 44%. Read more 

Management

Richard Weil has been CEO since February 2010. Steve Scheid, who had been chairman of the board since January 2004, retired in April 2012 and was replaced by Glenn Schafer (a director since December 2007). Janus has had five CEOs since founder Tom Bailey   Read more 

Profile

Janus Capital Group provides investment management services to individual and institutional investors. Assets are managed through three main subsidiaries: Janus, which focuses   Read more 

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