(Bloomberg) -- Pimco’s pain isn’t Bill Gross’s gain, at least not yet.

The Janus Global Unconstrained Fund, managed by Gross, received $66.4 million in September, according to Morningstar Inc., a fraction of the $23.5 billion that left his former fund at Pacific Investment Management Among the early winners is a handful of funds including the $36 billion Metropolitan West Total Return Fund, run by former Pimco managers, which gathered $1.5 billion last month and has attracted more money in October.

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