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Investment Strategy

July 2011

In this Month’s Investment Magazine ESG unmasked: who voted in Australia’s first climate-change resolution, and why Straight out of Baltimore Global small-caps deserve to be a big deal Custodians eye bigger mandates
Unintentional

The great currency debate

Many super funds had to write out big cheques last year. They needed to cover their currency hedging positions over international assets as the Aussie dollar tumbled from near parity with the US to around 60c at its low point. As a result, and notwithstanding a subsequent recovery in the $A, future defensive strategies are […]
Unintentional

The great currency debate

Many super funds had to write out big cheques last year. They needed to cover their currency hedging positions over international assets as the Aussie dollar tumbled from near parity with the US to around 60c at its low point. As a result, and notwithstanding a subsequent recovery in the $A, future defensive strategies are […]
Hedge Funds

Merlicek's IOOF move ups his FUM 50%

Steve Merlicek Steve Merlicek will control up to $15 billion in multi-manager portfolios when he arrives at IOOF Holdings, after resigning from his long-held position as chief investment officer with the $10 billion Telstra Super.
CIO profiles

Telstra Super loses CIO

The chief investment officer of the $10 billion Telstra Super is understood to have resigned from the fund on Friday to take a senior position at a large Melbourne-based retail funds manager.
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