Nine months into his tenure as Rest’s inaugural CIO Lill explains his new whole-of-fund investment team structure and outlines the challenges of drifting strategic asset allocation in a YFYS world.
Tahn SharpeJuly 12, 2021
New proposed regulations on performance and a unique investment environment have led Christian Super’s CIO, Mark Rider, to reassess risk in the fund’s portfolio.
Stewart HawkinsJune 21, 2021
It’s the opportunities created by the climate change trend that John Pearce is perhaps more keenly focused on than the exclusions, particularly as capital starts to ebb and flow on the back of broader market movements, Matthew Smith writes.
Matthew SmithMay 25, 2021
Aware engaged consulting firm McKinsey to conduct a process which included discussions and comparisons with pension and sovereign funds around the world as part of constructing its five-year strategy which it delivered to its board in March.
Matthew SmithMay 18, 2021
An increase in cash holdings from 9 to 18 per cent will give the $226 billion sovereign wealth fund flexibility to start deploying capital in line with a new set of assumptions, Sue Brake explains.
Amanda WhiteMay 17, 2021
While there have been moments when bond market reactions have flirted with the concept that inflation is closer than it has been previously, QIC's Allison Hill sees no immediate confirmation that inflation is on the horizon.
Matthew SmithApril 21, 2021
The Australian Catholic CIO used all his discretion to maintain an underweight position in risk assets before recommending a deployment of cash into equities and credit in what turned out to be the most valuable superannuation fund trade of 2020, Matthew Smith writes.
Matthew SmithFebruary 12, 2021