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Bill Gross, who was dubbed the bond king as co-founder and chief investment office of Pacific Investment Management (PIMCO), has become a manager of National Bank Investment Inc.’s Unconstrained Fixed Income Fund.
Gross is now a portfolio manager at Janus Capital Group.
“National Bank Investments has expressed confidence in me at Janus and in our ability to deliver for Canadian investors,” Gross said in a statement Thursday. “I’m looking forward to our partnership and putting our best efforts to work for their investors.”
Jonathan Durocher, president of NBI, a subsidiary of National Bank of Canada, said the firm is excited to give Canadian investors “access to Bill’s renowned portfolio management expertise.”
His “unconstrained, macro style of investing will offer investors an exceptional approach to navigating today’s markets,” Durocher said.
National Bank Investments designs and manages mutual funds and mutual fund portfolios. Janus Capital Management LLC acts as a portfolio manager for the NBI Unconstrained Fixed Income Fund.
Gross abruptly departed from PIMCO in 2014 to join Janus, at the age of 70, amid reports of infighting at the firm he had co-founded in 1971.