Janus Henderson Investors has appointed Suzanne Cain as global head of distribution and a member of the firm's executive committee.
Based in Denver, Cain will be responsible for the firm's global sales and product strategy for both institutional and retail channels, and will oversee global marketing and lead client service across the firm's business worldwide.
Cain, whose appointment will be made effective on the 20 of May, brings over 30 years' extensive global industry experience. She joins Janus Henderson from BlackRock, where she served as US and global head of institutional clients at iShares, the largest provider of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) worldwide. At BlackRock, she led the firm's global client teams across sales, product consulting, portfolio construction and global markets coverage.
Prior to joining BlackRock, Cain was head of the Institutional Client Group and head of Structured Credit and Structured Finance Sales at Deutsche Bank for EMEA from 2010 to 2017. Before, she worked at Morgan Stanley for six years in London, most recently as managing director and head of Credit Sales, Europe and Middle East. She also worked as managing director and head of Relative Value Group at Deutsche Bank.
Janus Henderson has more than 600 professionals within the firm's distribution team globally, more than 350 investment professionals across a broad spectrum of active investment capabilities and a strong global client service team.
Dick Weil, Chief Executive Officer of Janus Henderson Investors, said: "Cain's appointment follows an extensive review of high-calibre industry professionals. She brings deep global leadership experience, an ability to operate strategically and an excellent track record of success in product innovation, building product capabilities and leading global sales initiatives.
"As our primary focus remains on delivering exceptional client service and long-term successful investment outcomes, I am confident in Suzanne's ability as a transformative leader to continue to drive forward our new growth priorities and global distribution efforts."