About Janus Capital Group

Janus Capital Group provides clients differentiated investment solutions across a range of asset classes, including growth, core and value equities, fixed income and mathematical investing. Each of our managers brings a distinct perspective with a focused expertise. And each is respected for its diligence, commitment to excellence and disciplined approach to risk.

Throughout its 40-year history, Janus’ commitment to an unbiased and rigorous investment process has expanded into products across fixed income and growth equities. Janus takes a fundamental, bottom-up approach to pursue better outcomes for our clients.

Fundamental, bottom up research has been at the core of the Janus investment process for more than 40 years. Our approach to research encourages Janus analysts to "go anywhere" to find the most compelling investment ideas around the globe.

Our focus in evaluating a company is to create a differentiated view that allows us to invest with conviction. Janus works to truly understand a company's current valuation as well as the key drivers of its future growth potential. We marry our deep, independent research process with a disciplined approach to portfolio construction. Our portfolio managers are supported by a research platform that includes seven global sector teams with more than 40 equity and fixed income analysts.


  • 40-year focus on global, bottom-up approach, fundamental research
  • Seek to gain a differentiated view when evaluating companies
  • Disciplined portfolio construction
  • Culture of collaboration and debate


Janus employs an diversified approach to research that we believe drives results for our clients.

INTECH uses a purely mathematical approach to the equity investment process. Using stochastic calculus in a specific approach to large cap equity management, INTECH has developed a strategy that seeks to manage risk while attempting to provide above benchmark returns. INTECH has managed institutional portfolios since July 1987.

INTECH Investment Management LLC or INTECH, has pioneered a unique investment process based on a mathematical theorem that attempts to capitalize on the random nature of stock price movements. The theorem is the result of research conducted by Dr. Robert Fernholz and published in his 1982 paper, "Stochastic Portfolio Theory and Stock Market Equilibrium." The goal of the investment process is to achieve long-term returns that outperform the benchmark index, while controlling relative risk and trading costs.


  • Unemotional, disciplined, mathematical investment process
  • Uncorrelated alpha source may complement other equity investment strategies
  • Risk-managed investment process seeks consistency of results


INTECH offers equity investors a highly disciplined, mathematical investment strategy designed to seek long-term returns in excess of the target benchmark, while reducing the risk of significant relative underperformance.

Since 1980, Perkins Investment Manager has approached value investing from a unique perspective, conducting rigorous downside analysis on every potential investment prior to determining upside potential.

Perkins has focused on building diversified portfolios of what they believe to be high-quality, undervalued stocks with favorable risk/reward characteristics for over 30 years. The seasoned investment team has an average of 14 years of industry experience and has experienced very low turnover. Through rigorous downside analysis conducted prior to the determination of upside potential, the firm has historically balanced outperformance in down markets with participation in up markets. Perkins manages small-, mid- and large-cap value institutional separate accounts as well as mutual funds.


  • Singular approach to value investing for over 30 years
  • Highly disciplined investment approach
  • Established and experienced investment team
  • Historical outperformance in down markets with participation in up markets


Perkins seeks to outperform their benchmark and peers over a full market cycle by building diversified portfolios of what they believe to be high quality, undervalued stocks with favorable reward to risk characteristics. They believe that rigorous downside analysis conducted prior to determination of upside potential allows them to mitigate losses during difficult markets and perform well in up markets.