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|... boutique subsidiary of Janus Capital Group which merged with Henderson Global Investors in 2017. When PIMCO co-founder Bill Gross left the company and joined Janus Henderson Investors, Palghat co-managed its global unconstrained bond fund with Gross ...|
|After more than 40 years in fixed income, Bill Gross is retiring to focus on managing his personal assets and private charitable foundation. Janus Henderson has announced the retirement of Gross, who joined the global asset manager in 2014, then Janus ...|
|... in an inferior macroeconomic performance during the Great Inflation of the seventies." "In 2015, financial manager Bill Gross said the Taylor rule "must now be discarded into the trash bin of history," in light of tepid GDP growth in the years after ...|
|Bill Gross - known as the "king of bonds" - has recently dropped a bombshell, or in this case, a bond sell. The Financial Times reports that: "The Janus Henderson manager said the $2.2bn Global Unconstrained Bond Fund has taken a short position on Treasuries ...|
|Star bond manager Bill Gross has settled a law suit with former employer PIMCO, ending a 15-month legal battle . Gross, 72, sued PIMCO for $US200 million following his abrupt departure from the firm in 2014, claiming that he was forced out so colleagues ...|
|... markets should be down massively but investors seem to have been hypnotized that nothing can go wrong". Bond market king Bill Gross echoed Gundlach view, "I don't like bonds; I don't like most stocks; I don't like private equity..." Well, at least he's ...|
|... director and portfolio manager of the firm's Diversified Fixed Income Fund, Jeff Grow. While so-called 'bond king' Bill Gross spooked many investors with his comments in June that US$10 trillion of negative rate bonds globally is "a supernova that will ...|
|... investors seem to have been hypnotized that nothing can go wrong." He's betting on gold and gold miners. Bond market king Bill Gross echoes Gundlach view, "If we see fiscal stimulation in Japan China and ultimately the US after the election, I think ...|
|... their contributions." PIMCO's leadership changes follow the significant outflows from the group after "bond king" Bill Gross departed, and subsequently sued, the company in 2014/15.|
|... of structural reforms and fiscal policy." There are growing calls in some circles - most recently from 'bond king' Bill Gross - for central banks to consider US economist Milton Friedman's helicopter money theory, whereby monetary stimulus is provided ...|
The managing director of an AMP-aligned dealer group is exiting the business to take on a new role.
BT Financial Group has shut down a $670 million global property fund and a $293 million Asian shares fund, as it sees them unsuitable for retail investors.
Perpetual has confirmed the appointment of a head of risk, promoting from within to fill the newly created role.
A $5.6 billion industry superannuation fund is revamping its MySuper option, which will see default members' exposure to growth assets and fees rise.
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