Islamic superannuation fund Crescent Wealth has expanded its investment toolkit with the addition of Shariah-compliant currency hedging, while it has also appointed a new asset consultant.
State Super was one of the top performing funds in Australia during the March quarter, largely due to its decision to have tail risk strategies in place. We talk to CEO John Livanas about the fund’s approach and the changed world post-pandemic.
CBus has finalised the majority of its internalisation program. We speak to Deputy CIO Brett Chatfield about the fund’s experience and the launch of its latest quantimental strategy.
Canadian fund OPTrust employs a risk mitigating portfolio to help protect the fund from the worst of the volatility that can be experienced in growth assets, and it has proven quite resilient during the recent turmoil.
Chicken farms and almond plantations are perhaps not the first things that come to mind when thinking about investments. But these agricultural investments have proven to be quite a find for First State Super.
What if you could design your hedging strategy with 20/20 hindsight? We asked VFMC’s Mark Aaron how to best address this question.
The Future Fund has appointed its current Chief Investment Officer, Raphael Arndt, as its new Chief Executive Officer, following departure of David Neal.
NZ Super has developed a framework to help the investment team think about pricing climate change and adjust its valuation methodologies.
HESTA has appointed a new General Manager of Investment Risk, as the fund continues its plans to internalise certain asset management functions, including Australian equities investments.