While Janus Capital Group still suffered a slight outflow in June, the company’s mutual funds had another strong month in terms of performance, and signs are pointing toward a return to respectability for the formerly prominent but currently scandal-tarred firm, the company announced.

In one-year returns, 70% of Janus funds were in the top half of their Lipper categories while 55% were in the top half on a three-year basis. Even better, for the first time in 4-1/2 years, the seven Janus domestic retail growth funds performed in the top one-year quartile, according to Lipper’s analysis.

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