Fund buyers have described the merger of Henderson Global Investors and Janus Capital as "inevitable", given the cost and regulatory pressures currently facing asset managers.
Henderson saw its share price soar over 17% to 271p today after it announced plans to merge with Janus Capital to create a combined asset manager with AUM of $320bn (£250bn). In an announcement this...
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