Private markets have become a larger share of institutional portfolios, but as they have grown the nature of investment risks and opportunities have shifted too, PGIM says.
NZ Super is positioning its direct investment portfolio for future growth, as it expects to hit NZ$ 100 billion by the end of the decade. And wind farms are a key part of it, Florence Chong writes
Port of Newcastle is looking to diversify its activities away from coal, but the port’s CEO, Craig Carmody, explains it faces some steep hurdles despite having room to grow.
Inflation has reached its highest point since the 1990s in Australia. We speak with the Future Fund’s Wendy Norris about how it is building inflation resilience into the portfolio.
Over just the past 12 months, Australian Retirement Trust (ART) has invested $6 billion in infrastructure assets. Florence Chong speaks with Michael Weaver about what’s next for the fund
VFMC has developed a Private Credit risk model that provides better and more timely investment insights. Already, VFMC is starting to see the benefits both at an asset class and total portfolio level.
The energy transition will take longer than expected and add to long-term inflationary pressures, such as the deglobalisation of supply chains, ClearBridge’s Nick Langley says. But it will also propel growth in the infrastructure sector.
Merely a year after the completion of the merger between Tasplan and MTAA, Spirit Super is already reaping the benefits of its larger scale in its real asset investments, Florence Chong writes.
Real assets have long been known to form a hedge against inflation and growth shocks. But not all real assets protect to the same degree, and investors now have climate change to worry about, PGIM’s Harsh Parikh says.