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How this global giant plans to become a go-to manager for super

The AUD$660 billion M&G has been a “sleeping beauty” down under, and it wants more than the mandate it already runs for the Future Fund. Thinking like an asset owner is part of the equation.

Staff Writer | 22nd Mar 2024 | More
The many sides of the Japanese equities debate

While Japanese equities are back en vogue for the institutional investor set, not everybody is convinced, even as multinationals descend on the country and domestic corporates lift their governance game.

Staff Writer | 20th Mar 2024 | More
HESTA hires from Citi for investment execution head

The $82 billion fund has picked up a new head of investment execution with a “wealth of expertise” from Citi Securities Services as it looks to enhance its own investment operation platform.

Staff Writer | 13th Mar 2024 | More
Why APAC beckons as a private debt destination

Super funds should start looking in their own region for private debt investments, according to Muzinich and Co., but the lower-middle market in the US also presents a “once in a decade” opportunity.

Staff Writer | 6th Mar 2024 | More
Why it’s time to look beyond ‘terrible’ China performance

The EM story of economic growth and portfolio diversification should work in theory – but what’s worked in practice has been altogether different. Still, gloom around China obscures the many bright spots in a diverse market.

Staff Writer | 1st Mar 2024 | More
  • The hidden risk that nobody is pricing

    You can only see it if you look in the right places, but carbon mispricing could have massive implications for how risky an investment really is. Meanwhile, large language models are reading between the lines of earnings transcripts.

    Staff Writer | 23rd Feb 2024 | More
    Don’t chase markets into the ‘danger zone’: Ninety One

    The peak in interest rates and inflation has been supportive of markets, but there’s still plenty of turbulence ahead and investors should be wary of chasing stocks higher.

    Staff Writer | 16th Feb 2024 | More
    Unloved value stocks primed for outperformance: Pzena

    Rising interest rates and elevated stock multiples have brought down the equity risk premium and created a highly advantageous environment for value investors, according to Pzena Investment Management.

    Staff Writer | 14th Feb 2024 | More
    Super’s problem with the ‘misunderstood middle’

    A dearth of member data is “hindering progress” against the retirement income covenant and more than $145 billion of member money might be better off in guaranteed lifetime income products, according to new research.

    Staff Writer | 7th Feb 2024 | More
    Cbus gets a new head of stewardship

    The $85 billion industry fund has picked up a new head of stewardship with a “wealth of experience” from BlackRock as it looks to double down on its ESG goals.

    Staff Writer | 2nd Feb 2024 | More
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