Janus Capital Group, the money manager that made its name placing big bets on stocks, is trying something new to stem a five-year customer exodus.

Chief Executive Officer Richard Weil is introducing funds that seek to spread risk across asset classes and protect clients from sharp market drops. Instead of focusing on returns, which are difficult to forecast, the so-called asset allocation funds offer investors varying levels of volatility.

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