Florence Chong speaks to CBus’ John Longo about opportunities in residential real estate and weighs equity versus debt in this sector
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
UniSuper is on track to increase its allocation to unlisted assets by about 5 per cent due to a healthy pipeline of deals and the merger with Australian Catholic Super, John Pearce tells [i3] Insights.
The year 2023 is shaping up to be a more positive year for emerging market debt and Capital Group’s Harry Phinney has cautiously increased allocations to several of the market’s regions.
The global pandemic and the move to working more from home has changed the dynamics of the office property market. Florence Chong speaks with Cbus’ John Longo about the impact on office investing
Professor Hendrik Bessembinder urged investors to be suspicious of stock market analysis that relies on averages, including mean-variance optimisation.
Digital advice tools are likely to form part of the solution to the advice challenge in relation to retirement. We speak with HESTA’s Josh Parisotto about the experience over the past 18 months since the launch of the tool, Future Planner.
Whereas 2022 was a year where the real estate debt market bordered on dysfunction, Heitman’s David Maki is optimistic that 2023 will be a more balanced year.
An upcoming study looks at the active/passive debate in the light of the costs associated with hiring and firing fund managers.