Henderson de-lists from LSE as merger with Janus set to complete

Unveils new board

Natalie Kenway
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Co-CEO Andrew Formica: "Our work together has reinforced our shared culture and aligned business goals."
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Co-CEO Andrew Formica: "Our work together has reinforced our shared culture and aligned business goals."

Henderson Global Investors has cancelled its listing on the London Stock Exchange, as its merger with US firm Janus completes today, while the combined group is to be renamed Janus Henderson.

In a stock exchange notice this morning, the group announced it had cancelled the listing of its ordinary shares listed in London with effect from 8am.   The combined group will now have its pri...

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