NZ Super has developed a framework to help the investment team think about pricing climate change and adjust its valuation methodologies.
Listed infrastructure offers both liquidity and defensiveness, but how has it held up under the turmoil caused by COVID-19? 4D Infrastructure’s Sarah Shaw explores.
Tragedies happen, not when one thing goes wrong, but when many things go wrong at the same time. Can we learn lessons from the sinking of the Titanic and apply them to our portfolios as the pandemic wreaks havoc? Teik Heng Tan explores this issue.
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.
As the pandemic starts to slow down across the world, how has the crisis affected investors’ approaches to portfolio construction?
In times of crisis, can real estate add an element of antifragility to a portfolio, Norman Miller and Guy Tcheau ask?
The Future Fund has managed limit the impact of falling equity markets on its portfolio by selling out of unlisted assets.
Algorithmic stock analysis models, or robo-analysts, outperform their human counterparts, largely because they are less conflicted and avoid biases, a new study has found.
Asset owners should value their unlisted assets more frequently in the current market environment, according to Willis Towers Watson.