mine wealth & wellbeing
Some leading super funds are reshaping their hedge fund strategies as they move from picking individual securities towards a macro approach.
Mark StorySeptember 14, 2017
Mine Wealth + Wellbeing is hunting for idiosyncratic returns, while lifting its exposure to hedge fund, multi-asset and alternative assets.
Mark StoryAugust 8, 2017
Mine Wealth + Wellbeing has shared with the industry MDUF v1, a tool developed to help funds design and assess CIPR. Dan Purves writes.
Dan PurvesMarch 15, 2017
The Investment Magazine Salary Survey 2017 shows super funds are being paid more than ever and short term bonuses are increasingly common.
Dan Purves and Sally RoseFebruary 23, 2017
Investment Magazine asked leading figures for their thoughts on how digitisation of information for members, providers and super funds will change the business of running superannuation funds in 2016. Damian Moloney, chief executive, Frontier Advisors spoke of the trend to what he calls “retailisation”, where members have a better digital interface with their fund and […]
David RowleyDecember 22, 2015
The $9.3 billion Mine Wealth + Wellbeing fund is increasing its Sydney-based investment team from five to 11, partly in a bid to allocate alternative assets more effectively and to build its retirement options. David Bell, chief investment officer of the fund, has spent the past year making the business case for the expansion, and […]
David RowleyNovember 2, 2015