Henderson Global Investors saw its share price soar over 14% to 265p in early morning trading after it announced plans to merge with Janus Capital to create a combined asset manager with AUM of $320bn.
In an annoucement this morning, the firms said they had agreed a "merger of equals" to create a global active asset manager combining Janus' US specialisation with Henderson's strength in the UK and Europe....
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