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Brexit won’t break us, says Janus Henderson co-CEO

Brexit will only pose a minimal impact for fund managers, but has left international investors questioning the capability of British politicians, Janus Henderson’s co-CEO has said.

In the third part of an exclusive video series with Citywire, Andrew Formica, who has been outspoken on Brexit over the past year, reveals what impact it will have on his firm.

Formica said while it is likely to have minimal impact for asset management, wider questions rage over how confident multi-nationals will be to invest while the uncertainty over exit terms remains.

To view the first two parts of this series – which cover the ins and outs of the Janus Henderson merger and how the respective co-CEOs will co-exist – please follow the links.

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