Sun Venture’s Serene Tan looks back on years of manager due diligence and distills some key point to look out for
The student housing sector in Australia is almost fully backed foreign institutional investors, as domestic funds show hesitance to commit to the sector, Florence Chong writes
Operational due diligence has not yet reached maturity in the Australian market, but in this article JANA’s Jo Leaper argues that the AIST Guidance Note on CPS230 has helped to secure a baseline standard for Australian investors
In contrast to the enthusiasm with which foreign pension investors invest in build-to-rent, or multi-family, property, Australian super funds are still searching for the most suitable investment model that would work for them, Florence Chong writes.
Office has long been the backbone of super funds’ property portfolios, but can it overcome the challenge of working from home? Florence Chong speaks to institutional investors to see how their portfolios are impacted.
Is engagement alone enough to ensure super funds’ investment portfolios are net zero by 2050? Divestments could still have a role to play, Bill Hartnett writes
Craig Dandurand introduces four lenses through which one can view credit in a total portfolio framework
Being climate-aware is not simply a matter of applying a single tweak to return assumptions. It will require an evolution of existing valuation approaches, JANA’s Chris Worthington says
It is that time of the year again to look back on the previous 12 months to see what piqued the interest of our readers.