As a record amount of money chases private equity deals and pushes prices higher, two of Australia’s largest super funds are limiting their exposure to around 5 per cent, preferring publicly-listed companies instead.
Sarah JonesOctober 30, 2019
With absolute return strategies failing to deliver on their promise of “strong returns with low risk” many asset owners are re-thinking their allocations and restructuring their portfolios to add more alpha or risk.
Elizabeth FryOctober 22, 2019
QIC and Royal Schiphol beat competitors to buy a 70 per cent stake in the Tasmanian airport for a reported $600 million.
Sarah JonesOctober 1, 2019
Despite near term plans to maintain a neutral exposure to markets that are fully priced, the $150 billion Future Fund says that underlying structural risks to the global economy make valuations less compelling over the long term.
Elizabeth FryJune 26, 2019
If the West is going through ‘Japanification’ what are the implications from an asset allocation perspective? asks Allison Hill, QIC's director of investments.
Elizabeth FryJune 24, 2019