Dick Weil is retiring as the CEO of Janus Henderson.
Janus Henderson has announced that Dick Weil intends to retire as chief executive officer and as a member of the company’s board of directors, effective 31 March 2022.
The board has now enlisted an executive search firm to identify a successor to lead Janus Henderson through its next phase of growth.
Commenting on his retirement, Mr Weil voiced confidence in the group’s future.
“With the company operating from a position of strength, I believe that now is the right time to begin the search for a new CEO who will continue the journey of growth that the firm is on,” he said.
“While the search process for my successor is underway, I remain committed to working alongside the board and executive team to further our strategy and, to ultimately ensuring a seamless transition. In announcing my retirement, I do so with full confidence in my colleagues and their ceaseless dedication to delivering excellence.”
While wishing Mr Weil well, chairman Richard Gillingwater reiterated the board’s focus.
“The board’s focus is on ensuring we identify a leader who can build on our success to date, and who has the relevant skills and expertise to enable us to realise our growth opportunities, expand into new markets and products and continue to drive value for our clients and shareholders.”
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