Why the biggest failed IPO in history, Ant Group, represents the most disruptive model for financial services in our generation
Plenty of ink gets spent by strategists and economists opining on the latest political developments and implications for markets. So, does investment success require a crystal ball on politics?
Australia’s private-debt market and the investors that specialise in it are not new phenomena. What is new is a headline cash rate at close to zero and the withdrawal of supply from the biggest historical source of local credit issuance – the major banks. Specialist investors say their sector is attracting more interest and inflows on the back of this changed environment.
The historically low cash rate has meant investor appetite for yield across the fixed income spectrum has become insatiable. In searching for yield, one key asset class has generally been overlooked. Investment Manager, Guy Kaufman, explains.
As investors we take positions with foresight but are judged from hindsight. So come 2030, how will you judge your investment decisions during the COVID-19 dislocation?
The search for enhanced returns in a low rate environment can be a fruitful exercise, but it is not without danger. Managing Director, John Garrett, explains how investors can mitigate risk.
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“Bad companies are destroyed by crises, good companies survive them, great companies are improved by them.” When it comes to investing in a crisis, how do you identify the great companies that will capitalise, adapt to change and emerge stronger?