Dallas, Texas 12/18/2013 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – All the estimates that were made related to Janus Capital Group Inc (NYSE:JNS)’s third quarter earnings went true as the company reported better numbers. However the only cause of concern was weak inflow of money. This is the reason the company tried to reduce the operating expenses and reported good top-line growth. Various analysts and investment professional remained positive about the company as the fixed income segment and global operations are showing positive results and clear cut signs of improvement.
The only cause of concern for the company is its equity heavy portfolio that makes it little vulnerable to the volatilities of the market. But the company’s healthy balance sheet makes it an ideal investment and many investors are quite hopeful that the company will perform better in the long run and the market rebound is also expected.
Overview of the company
Janus Capital Group Inc (NYSE:JNS) was founded in 1969 in Denver, America and has different subsidiaries that provide administration, distribution, investment management and other related services to individuals, financial advisors and various clients that are institutional in nature. Company also deals into mutual funds, pooled investments, sub advised relationships and separate account for both domestic and international markets.
Initial the company was know by the name of Stilwell Financial Incorporated which was later changed to Janus Capital Group Inc. With the help of its subsidiaries the company is managing fixed income, equity, balanced mutual funds, and money market instruments for its different clients and is also investing heavily in different public equity options across various markets in the world. The company is currently operating through three main distribution channels and those are Retail intermediary Channel, Institutional Channel and international Channel. With economic situation improving it seems that company is going to benefit from the same as most of the investments done by the company are equity based.