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Investment Strategy

Super funds to act as Australian lenders

Super funds could join the big four banks as a major lender to Australian companies over the next few years. The impact of Basel II reforms, which require banks to hold greater amounts of capital for their riskier loans, has encouraged banks to seek partners for certain loans which have come up for re-financing since […]
Investment Strategy

Equities “sweet spot”

Leading equity manager says the market is leaving tail risk behind The Australian equities market was in a “sweet spot for risk assets” in 2013 as tail risk receded and monetary policy provided a “positive backdrop,” according to a leading fund manager from Tyndall Investment Management. Tyndall’s head of Australian equities, Bob Van Munster, addressed […]
Investment Strategy

Equities “sweet spot”

Leading equity manager says the market is leaving tail risk behind The Australian equities market was in a “sweet spot for risk assets” in 2013 as tail risk receded and monetary policy provided a “positive backdrop,” according to a leading fund manager from Tyndall Investment Management. Tyndall’s head of Australian equities, Bob Van Munster, addressed […]
Investment Strategy

New Nikko CEO ever acquisitive

Charles Beazley, the soon-to-be chief executive of Nikko Asset Management, has a personal story of rejection. Henry Jenner was consecrated Anglican bishop of Dunedin, New Zealand, in 1866. The prospective congregation feared the new clergyman was a papist. Shunned by the locals, Jenner had no choice but to return to England. The man’s ancestor is […]
Investment Strategy

Wings of a dove? Tyndall reckons it is flying right

The silver aeroplane cuff links he wears were a gift, says Craig Hobart. The Beechcraft Twin Bonanza is not. A photograph of the plane, the last of its type to come out of its factory and used during the Vietnam War, sits on the Tyndall Investment Management Ltd. managing director’s desk. Hobart has flown about […]
Opinion

Dispelling the myth – active managers can add value

The active versus passive management debate has again come into focus following the recent release of various research reports on the topic. The results both across and within asset classes were mixed, suggesting that the ‘active/passive debate’ ultimately comes down to manager selection and personal preference, according to BRETT HIMBURY, the managing director of Tyndall […]
Opinion

Dispelling the myth – active managers can add value

The active versus passive management debate has again come into focus following the recent release of various research reports on the topic. The results both across and within asset classes were mixed, suggesting that the ‘active/passive debate’ ultimately comes down to manager selection and personal preference, according to BRETT HIMBURY, the managing director of Tyndall […]
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