January 12, 2020

New value funds, with spice, and an ESG flavour

Holowesko Partners, the ‘Bahamian’ global value-orientated manager represented by Andrew Nolan’s ‘Eleuthera’ third-party marketing business, is to launch two Australian-domiciled funds. They will broaden the firm’s presence in Australia and New Zealand, allowing smaller funds to access the firm’s strategies.

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Tyler Cloherty

Private markets the big winner: Casey Quirk

Active long-only strategies will continue to drive revenues for a majority of fund managers around the world for the next five years, despite the continued encroachment by index managers and fee compression in several markets, such as Australia. But the

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What super funds should do as Australia burns

Putting politics aside, as Australia suffers its worst bushfires in history and with the world looking on, the question for big investors and their managers is: “How should you react from a fiduciary’s point of view?” Big super funds have

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Murray Brewer calls it quits at T. Rowe Price

After 14 years at the helm, having established and led the firm’s growth in Australia and New Zealand for all that time, Murray Brewer has told colleagues and his bosses in Baltimore, USA, that he will retire from T. Rowe

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As the world unfolds, according to Aviva: it’s OK

Aviva Investors, the big global manager, is advising investors to get back into the water. It is preferring to go overweight global equities due to the recently improved growth outlook. It is, however, “broadly neutral” towards fixed income strategies. Aviva,

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… and other managers’ views for 2020

We’re all inundated with fund managers’ macro views at the best of times. And the start of the calendar year is not a best of time – we are currently being swamped. It’s difficult to find a manager’s view which

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Matthew Goldsack

BT veteran gets charitable fund role

Matthew Goldsack, head of investment solutions for the Westpac-owned BT Funds NZ, will take up a role at Trust Management later this month. Goldsack resigned from the NZ$10 billion (A$ 9.5 billion) business in December after an eight-year career with

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