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  • msf February 3
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  • I have not been paying attention (again). Somewhere in the mid 2010's, Janus' INTECH funds dropped the INTECH part of the name. There are at least four remaining Janus Henderson funds submanaged by INTECH. Their status is now apparently in limbo:

    The current supplement to the prospectus of those funds reads in part:

    Janus Henderson Emerging Markets Managed Volatility Fund
    Janus Henderson Global Income Managed Volatility Fund
    Janus Henderson International Managed Volatility Fund
    Janus Henderson U.S. Managed Volatility Fund
    (the “Funds”)
    Supplement dated February 3, 2022


    Janus Henderson Investors US LLC, the investment adviser to the Funds, and Intech, as the subadviser, are assessing options with respect to the continued management of the Funds and will announce to shareholders any proposed changes regarding the Funds at the conclusion of such assessment. Intech will continue to provide subadvisory services to the Funds in the interim.

    https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/277751/000119312522026446/d306619d497.htm
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