Janus Henderson enters crowded ESG field with five active ETFs

Janus Henderson is joining the ESG rush in the USD 6.8tn exchange-traded fund market.

Nick Cherney, head of exchange-traded products at Janus | Photo:

The USD 428bn asset manager is launching five actively managed ETFs that integrate sustainable investing criteria, according to a statement Thursday. 

Three will invest in equities, with products targeting U.S., international and natural-resource stocks. Two focus on fixed income, buying corporate credit and a broader range of bonds.

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