The multinational investment group recorded a 4.8 per cent climb in revenue during the 2020 year, as its performance fees ascended by 457.4 per cent.
Janus Henderson produced a total revenue of US$2.2 billion for the 12 months, a rise of 4.8 per cent year-on-year. Performance fees had surged by more than four times during 2020, to US$98.1 million, from US$17.6 million the year before.
In comparison, management fees had stayed somewhat flat at US$1.7 billion, shareowner servicing fee revenue increased by 12.8 per cent to US$209.2 million and other revenue flatlined at US$197.2 million.
Meanwhile operating income had been sliced by 62.2 per cent to $161.6 million.
Janus Henderson closed the year with US$401.6 billion in assets under management (AUM), rising from its total of US$374.8 billion in 2019. The increase occurred despite US$102.7 billion being withdrawn from the group.
Shareholders were granted a dividend of 36 US cents per share for the fourth quarter. During the year, the group had acquired 6.6 million shares of its stock for US$130.8 million.
The APAC region contributed 14 per cent of the group’s AUM or US$56.9 billion, in contrast to the EMEA and Latin region’s 31 per cent slice, with US$124.1 billion, and North America’s US$220.6 billion (55 per cent).
The majority of Janus Henderson’s AUM came from intermediaries (48 per cent or US$192.9 billion), compared to US$127.6 billion or 32 per cent of assets from institutional clients and 20 per cent (or US$8.1 billion) from self-directed clients.
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