Janus Capital Group must really be confident in the potential performance of its funds, because the Denver-based mutual fund company's management board voted unanimously on Sept. 20 to charge performance-based fees on 13 of its 59 funds, representing 30% of its $130 million of assets under management.

Portfolios that would be affected include the Janus Adviser Worldwide, Janus Research, Janus Contrarian, Janus Adviser Risk Managed Stock and Janus Adviser Mid Cap Value funds.

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