While most countries around the world are battling high inflation and rising interest rates, Fiji has kept rates low. We talk to Ashwin Pal about what this means for the Fiji National Provident Fund’s fixed income portfolio
Asset allocation is now the main game in town and Michael Block gives an insight into how he approached it during his time as CIO with Australian Catholic Super
Dutch pension fund ABP seems to have had a change of heart about its approach to active investing, stating it now looks at passive investing as a starting point for any liquid investments
When the correlation between bonds and equities turns positive, only private assets shield an investment portfolio from severe losses, the Australian Retirement Trust’s Andrew Fisher says
After bedding down the acquisitions of ANZ P&I and MLC, Insignia Financial CIO Dan Farmer is now looking to benefit from its larger size by participating in more co-investments
As debate over valuation practices around unlisted assets is heating up, TCorp’s Tanya Branwhite points to the danger of mistaking valuation infrequency for stability
Professor Hendrik Bessembinder urged investors to be suspicious of stock market analysis that relies on averages, including mean-variance optimisation.
After nearly 50 years in the investment industry, Ken Marshman has stepped back from direct involvement in the industry. But he does have some doubts about the direction of investing today.
Looking back on the year that was, we review which topics resonated most with our readers and podcast listeners