AustralianSuper’s former Head of Equities, Innes McKeand, has left to join UK Pension Fund USS, where he will establish a new global equities team.
SPAC investments have become all the rage, with almost as much money raised in the US as traditional IPOs. But not every investor is set to make money from these vehicles. ‘Caveat Emptor’, Sameer Jain warns.
Colonial First State’s Jujhar Toki speaks to [i3] Insights about the fund’s current review of defensive assets.
Emerging market debt is a volatile asset class, but there are ways to manage this volatility through thoughtful portfolio construction, Aviva Investors’ Aaron Grehan says.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a paradigm shift in the investment environment which has large consequences for portfolio construction for many years to come, the Future Fund said.
State Super appoints former Deputy Chief Investment Officer Charles Wu as its new CIO, after the departure of Gary Gabriel at the end of last year.
Christian Super CIO Mark Rider, who spent a previous life at the RBA, says we are entering a period not unlike the first few decades after the World War II.
With an estimated historical failure rate in excess of 50 per cent, investors are better off flipping a coin than putting their dollars with an Australian CRE manager going abroad, Rohan Shan writes.
HESTA has appointed Michael Sommers as General Manager Portfolio Construction & Risk. Sommers joins from Frontier Advisors, where he was Head of Alternatives and Derivatives for the past seven years.