Frank Danieli

Frank Danieli

Frank Danieli

Managing Director at MA Financial Group

Frank is Managing Director, Principal Investments and Credit at MA Financial Group.

He was previously an Executive Director in Corporate Advisory at MA Financial Group over an 8 year period, where he focused on special situations, M&A and financial services transactions. His transaction experience includes Alinta Energy, Billabong, Boart Longyear, Ten Network, GE Capital Consumer A&NZ (now Latitude), HomeStart lending platform, SA Government CTP / Berkshire Hathaway reinsurance deal, Axsesstoday restructure, Slater & Gordon restructure, Blue Sky recapitalisation, Emeco / Orionstone / Andy's three-way merger and recap, and Reliance Rail.

Frank previously worked as a corporate strategy consultant at Pottinger and worked in funds management at Challenger.

He holds a Commerce / Law (First Class Honours) degree from Sydney University.

Ausbiz interview: Opportunity or danger in listed investment companies?

Ausbiz interview: Opportunity or danger in listed investment companies?

Traditional fixed income (bonds) did not perform its intended defensive function in the last year, falling double digits in value globally. Many investors are now turning to other defensive strategies like private credit for more resilient returns and income.

In his latest bi-weekly interview with Ausbiz, Frank Danieli, Managing Director and Head of Credit Investments and Lending, had a wide-ranging discussion with Andrew Geoghegan addressing this trend and whether the opportunities are better in public or private assets.

Ausbiz interview: Hidden risks in corporate debt?

Ausbiz interview: Hidden risks in corporate debt?

 

In his latest wide-ranging interview with Ausbiz, Frank Danieli, Managing Director and Head of Credit Investments and Lending, discusses these questions with Nadine Blayney along with recent bond market sell-offs and the opportunities in the often-overlooked Private Credit market.

 

Ant-y Climax, or Revolution?

Ant-y Climax, or Revolution?

Why the biggest failed IPO in history, Ant Group, represents the most disruptive model for financial services in our generation