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David Chaplin


David Chaplin is a reputed financial services journalist and publisher of Investment News NZ.

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Private debt lands on IMF radar

The International Monetary Fund has urged regulators to keep a close eye on private debt as the once obscure asset class enters the investment mainstream.

David Chaplin | 12th Apr 2024 | More
NZ Super CIO quits for coveted CalPERS job

The NZ Superannuation Fund (NZS) has confirmed chief investment officer, Stephen Gilmore, has resigned after winning the same position at one of the world’s largest pension funds.

David Chaplin | 3rd Apr 2024 | More
Scientific Beta plots how deglobalisation hits stocks

War and plague have disrupted the geopolitical peace over the last three years with far-reaching consequences for international trade and economic growth.

David Chaplin | 8th Mar 2024 | More
Governments to tinker more as politics stirs global pension pots: Thinking Ahead Institute

Global pension funds are facing increasing political pressure to alter investment strategies, according to The Thinking Ahead Institute (TAI), with governments able to exert “considerable influence” on net zero policies and domestic investment.

David Chaplin | 1st Mar 2024 | More
GMO on how active managers might be (relatively) more magnificent

Betting on mega-caps has rarely paid off for active managers, but investors who want exposure to the US market are often forced to take on massive stock specific risk for or against the Magnificent Seven. A mega-cap mean-reversion could be a tailwind once again.

David Chaplin | 21st Feb 2024 | More
  • Hedge funds flounder in boom year for markets

    Hedge funds struggled again in 2023 as aggregate mediocre performance coincided with net outflows, a new report reveals, while most remain well below the global equity index over the last five years.

    David Chaplin | 9th Feb 2024 | More
    WTW wins NZSuper review race (again)

    WTW has won the job of carrying out a statutory probe into the policies and operational and investment processes of New Zealand’s sovereign wealth fund for an unprecedented repeat performance.

    David Chaplin | 7th Feb 2024 | More
    Sovereign funds recover mojo, on track for US$71 trillion by 2030

    Global government-linked investment vehicles clawed back about US$1.4 trillion of 2022 losses by the end of last year on an expected path to more than US$70 trillion by 2030.

    David Chaplin | 12th Jan 2024 | More
    Investors fret politics over inflation in financial fear gauge

    Geopolitical tension, US electoral uncertainty and a commercial real estate crash loom as the fastest-rising risks for the financial services industry next year, according to the latest industry poll by securities post-trade giant, DTCC.

    David Chaplin | 12th Jan 2024 | More
    Expect less, exclude more: Stern issues ESG warning  

    Environmental, social and governance (ESG) funds should forget fiduciary duty, dump ratings and adopt extreme exclusions in a radical revamp of the investment overlay proposed in a US academic paper.

    David Chaplin | 17th Nov 2023 | More
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