Janus Henderson has appointed a new director for institutional solutions as it looks to meet the demands of an evolving institutional audience.
Greg Clarke will step into the role of director for institutional solutions at Janus Henderson, acting as an “important link” between the Australian institutional business and marketing and investments divisions. He will be based in the Sydney office, and report to Australia head Matt Gaden.
“We are pleased to welcome Greg to the Janus Henderson team. We believe his extensive investment and research experience will complement our ability to provide clients with insights that are focused on capitalising the opportunities and solving the challenges they face,” Mr Gaden said.
“As our institutional audience evolves to become ever more sophisticated, and the complexity of some of our strategies increases, it is critical that Janus Henderson creates better and more client-centric messaging which accurately represents the capabilities of the firm and ensures that clients feel that they have been listened to and understood.”
Mr Clarke joins from TAL, where he was consultant – asset specialist, investments, retirement and new propositions. He has more than 25 years’ experience in asset management, insurance and super and has held roles at QBE, Pengana, QIC and AMP Capital. He holds a master’s degree in business administration and management from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management.
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