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Paul Khoury out at Link Fund Solutions

Link Fund Solutions CEO Paul Khoury has been shown the door following a restructure of the business.

Staff Writer | 24th Nov 2022 | More
Bell wins $500 million mandate from Hostplus

Rising demand for global small- and mid-caps has seen Bell Asset Management awarded a $500 million mandate from Hostplus.

Staff Writer | 31st Oct 2022 | More
Super funds gets a B+ on retirement

While Australia’s superannuation system is the envy of most of the world, it still needs to move from helping people accumulate money to helping them spend it.

Staff Writer | 12th Oct 2022 | More
Northleaf brings evergreen private credit fund to Australia

With rising rates expected to enhance yield in an asset class characterized by floating rate loans, international private markets manager Northleaf will launch a new open-ended private credit fund Down Under.

Staff Writer | 28th Sep 2022 | More
‘Years of growth ahead’ for infrastructure: Northleaf

As other infrastructure investors have grown in size, they’ve begun to overlook the midmarket, leaving a hole in the portfolios of asset allocators.

Staff Writer | 2nd Sep 2022 | More
  • Adjust the benchmarks for faith-based funds: ASFA

    ASFA wants the YFYS performance test benchmarks tweaked to account for the exclusions and negative screens that faith- and values-based funds use.

    Staff Writer | 23rd Aug 2022 | More
    SMIDs pierce the gap in mega-cap armour

    There’s not much growth ahead of the large-caps that have dominated indices for the last decade, and long-suffering small- and mid-caps (SMIDs) present an obvious answer for returns.

    Staff Writer | 4th May 2022 | More
    ‘Everybody will listen to the 99’: Why consensus rarely triumphs

    Massive dispersion still remains in the aftermath of a relatively minor correction, and now is the time to scrutinise consensus expectations for some market darlings. “If you ask 100 engineers how much steel and concrete are required to build a bridge, and 99 engineers say x amount of steel and y amount of concrete, and…

    Staff Writer | 13th Apr 2022 | More
    Contrarian investing in the age of foolishness

    Markets are poised for more damage after a remarkable bull run, and Orbis Australia believes now is the time when contrarianism will prove its worth. “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness,” writes Charles Dickens in “A Tale…

    Staff Writer | 31st Mar 2022 | More
    Tuning out the hard assets mantra

    The “hard asset mantra” is rising to a fever pitch in an inflationary environment, but investors should be “skeptical of historical analogies.” Inflation over the coming decade is expected to be closer to the experience of the 2000s than the 2010s, ending a paradigm that has underpinned an “unusually long bull market for stocks” and…

    Staff Writer | 17th Mar 2022 | More
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