has had a turbulent 13 years since the Dot-com bust, with four chief executives, a number of PM departures and problematic performance of many of its core funds, but the firm may be on the mend--albeit slowly-- according to Morningstar
For example, the analytical firm looks at the efforts of current CEO, former PIMCO
veteran Dick Weil
. According to Morningstar
, Weil's top declared priority is investment excellence, while relationship excellence is a second.
says this second priority is "quite important considering the firm previously closed off direct access to its retail funds for new investors and is selling the funds through advisor and institutional channels."
The analytical firm also looks at Janus' road to recovery with a number of its funds, the fixing of its fixed-income functions as well as the mending of its quant arm, among other things.
Read more about the in-depth analysis of Janus' comeback in Morningstar
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