Global managers get behind emerging market debt

Two big global managers – Franklin Templeton Investments and Wellington Management – have produced papers espousing the virtues right now of emerging market debt strategies. Emerging market debt is “fixed income’s most dynamic asset class”, one of them says. According

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Vera Kruckel

How to capitalise on cybersecurity threats

Cybersecurity breeches may well represent the biggest threat to both corporate and national interests, but investors can also capitalise on the problem. It’s the age-old adage: where there’s muck there’s money. According to a paper by Robeco, ‘Cybersecurity – Turning

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Good news on fees front from Productivity Commission

The draft report of the Productivity Commission into superannuation, as critical as it is about the system, at least has a silver lining with respect to fees. Unlike APRA’s public statements in the past, the Commission has made 38 references

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Suzanne Holden

Now’s the time for funds to control their own destiny

by Suzanne Holden* The industry is once again facing significant transformation with the recent Federal Budget, the Productivity Commission report and the Royal Commission all proposing changes. But this will be an evolution rather than the feared revolution, in my

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Michael Gallagher

Hedge fund managers get behind ESG

Hedge fund managers are increasingly putting their assets to work in the ESG space, with more than 10 per cent, according to a global survey by the Alternative Investment Management Association, allocated to such strategies. The survey coincides with new

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