Fund Firms Janus Capital, Henderson Agree on Merger
(this article first appeared on Reuters)
Fund management firms Janus Capital and Henderson Global Investors have agreed an all-share merger to form a company managing more than $320 billion in assets, the firms said on Monday.
Janus’ largest shareholder, Dai-ichi Life, supports the merger, the firms said.
The combined group will apply for a primary listing in New York, keeping Henderson’s Australian listing.
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