Janus Henderson CIO Enrique Chang to retire

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Janus Henderson global chief investment officer Enrique Chang will retire from the firm on 1 April. Chang (pictured) has worked at Janus Henderson for nine years, having held the position of president, head of investments until 2017 when he became CIO. He is also a member of the Janus Henderson Executive Committee. Before joining the firm, he held the positions of CIO and executive vice president for American Century Investments, while also being director of the corporate board, and worked as president and CIO for Munder Capital Management. Earlier in his career, he held several posit...

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