Proxy Voting

When Janus purchases shares of companies for its funds, we have the same rights as other shareholders of those companies. One of those rights is to vote on issues that are important to the companies we own in our funds. Since we sometimes own large amounts of shares, we take this voting responsibility very seriously. To ensure you are well-informed about our decisions, proxy voting records are available as indicated below.

Each Fund's Board of Trustees has delegated to Janus Capital Management or the Fund's subadviser (INTECH or Perkins) the authority to vote all proxies relating to a Fund's holdings in accordance with Janus Capital Management's or the applicable subadviser's proxy voting policies and procedures.

PROXY VOTING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

Janus Capital Management LLC

The majority of the Janus funds are managed by Janus Capital Management and it's our policy to make our voting procedures, guidelines and history available to our fund shareholders.

PROXY VOTING PROCEDURES

PROXY VOTING GUIDELINES

Our Subadvisers

Several of the Janus funds are managed by other investment firms on a subadvisory basis. These firms may have their own proxy voting policies and procedures. To view a summary of these, please select the appropriate link.

INTECH (INTECH INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT LLC)

PROXY VOTING RECORDS

Each fund's proxy voting record for the one-year period ending June 30th is available to investors. These records will be updated annually.

VIEW PROXY VOTING RECORDS