Janus Capital has promoted Enrique Chang to the position of president, head of Investments.
Chang took up his new duties on 1 April, overseeing Janus’ fundamental and macro fixed income teams, in addition to his existing leadership responsibilities of the Janus equity and asset allocation investment teams.
“The decision to promote Enrique to president, head of Investments, is reflective of his increased responsibility in now overseeing the majority of our Janus investment teams, as well as his significant contributions to the firm over the past two and a half years,” said Dick Weil, CEO of Janus Capital Group.
Chang will partner with CEO Dick Weil and president Bruce Koepfgen.
Janus Capital specified that Perkins Investment Management and Intech Investment Management will continue to report into their respective leadership teams and relevant boards.
Chang was previously CIO Equities and Asset Allocation. He joined Janus in September 2013 and was previously executive vice president and chief investment officer for American Century Investments, where he was responsible for the firm’s fixed income, quantitative equity, asset allocation, US value equity, US growth equity and global and non-US equity disciplines.
At end December 2015, Janus Capital’s AUM reached around $192.3bn (€169.2bn).