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Why instos are on the hunt for US housing

Multifamily housing is a “darling asset class” even in a recessionary environment according to Kayne Anderson, and a great way for big institutional investors to achieve impact investment goals.

Staff Writer | 27th Sep 2023 | More
BlueCove banks on volatility for a fixed income renaissance

Systematic fixed income manager BlueCove is looking to build out its local presence and provide an alternative to fundamental investing as macro trends put the asset class back “en vogue”.

Staff Writer | 27th Sep 2023 | More
Why investors can’t write China off yet

China still offers a compelling long-term investment story for investors willing to look past short-term headwinds in property and politics, according to Ninety One.

Staff Writer | 22nd Sep 2023 | More
US politics, more global conflicts top risks for instos

Not every risk is out in the open, and Allspring Global Investments is keeping a close eye on those that some segments of the market struggle to price – including a US government shutdown and a war on the Korean peninsula.

Staff Writer | 22nd Sep 2023 | More
Why big super leads the pack on impact

The bias towards investing in domestic securities and the complexity of the local benchmarks mean the impact investing conversation is “very advanced” Down Under, according to global asset manager Ninety One.

Staff Writer | 13th Sep 2023 | More
  • Another big manager climbs aboard the alts express

    The $1.7 trillion global investment manager PGIM has brought together its alternatives units in a sign of their growing importance to its biggest clients.

    Staff Writer | 13th Sep 2023 | More
    AustralianSuper headed to court over multiple accounts fiasco

    ASIC has launched civil proceedings against Australia’s biggest super fund over allegations it failed to consolidate the accounts of 90,000 members and continued to charge them fees.

    Staff Writer | 8th Sep 2023 | More
    Choice products in the gun as YFYS strikes again

    The latest iteration of the Your Future Your Super test has dispatched a large swathe of trustee-directed products even as APRA acknowledges that many are selected for reasons beyond performance.

    Staff Writer | 1st Sep 2023 | More
    AustralianSuper firms up overseas ranks

    Australia’s biggest super fund has sharpened its focus on offshore markets with the appointment of a new head of international and private equity operating out of its London office.

    Staff Writer | 1st Sep 2023 | More
    ART’s corporate fund strategy pays off as FUM hits $260bn

    Australia’s second-largest super fund just got a little bit larger with a big win from the corporate fund strategy one of its predecessor funds embarked on almost six years ago.

    Staff Writer | 23rd Aug 2023 | More
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