Join Frank Danieli, Managing Director and Head of Credit Investments and Lending on his regular Ausbiz appearance with Andrew Geoghegan. Frank joins live every second Tuesday for a wide-ranging discussion around Credit Markets.
Defensive in nature with a relatively attractive, resilient return profile, by design real estate credit can be shielded from the inflation challenges ahead. It can be an attractive through-the-cycle option for investors now both cyclically and structurally.
In an interview with Livewire, the outlook for residential property and the case for investing in real estate credit is discussed.
MA Financial Group Limited (ASX: MAF) and Centuria Capital Group (“Centuria”; ASX: CNI) have conditionally secured one of Perth’s well-known A-Grade office towers, “Allendale Square,” through a 50:50 joint venture for $223 million.
The global economic outlook has shifted dramatically over the last few months. Along with the surge in inflation and swift rise in rates has come financial market volatility, and this has re-focused investors on the diversification and income benefits of real estate.
Amidst talk of higher inflation and recession reverberating around the globe, many investors are taking a cautious stance in allocating investment capital. Defying the ‘wait and see’ approach is Australia’s booming hotels (or pubs) sector.
Equity market volatility can scare investors out at exactly the wrong time.
In his new video our equities specialist John Garrett offers his perspective on how inflation, interest rates and supply chain issues are affecting markets – and why despite all of this, his investment philosophy remains the same.
Over the last 100 years the Australian and US stock markets have delivered a return close to 10% p.a – higher than any other asset class. Unfortunately, these annual returns don't come in a smooth fashion.
Volatility – like we’re seeing in the markets now – can scare investors out at exactly the wrong time.
China: is its equity market oversold, or is it an opportunity to invest? We explore this question and the three emerging opportunities adding to the case for an allocation to Chinese equities.
Sydney Contemporary, in partnership with Principal Partner MA Financial Group, announces the Fair’s sixth edition. Marking the first physical edition since 2019, the Fair returns with a stellar line-up of 85+ emerging and established galleries from Australia and New Zealand, presented at Carriageworks, Australia’s largest multi-arts centre, from Thursday, 8 – Sunday, 11 September 2022.
We are pleased to announce that we are expanding our business in Hong Kong with a new office location in the International Finance Centre (IFC)1