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INSight #174 with Adam Grotzinger from Neuberger Berman

Adam Grotzinger from Neuberger Berman shares insights with James Dunn from The Inside Network on ‘How important are ESG factors in the bond and credit market these days?’

The Inside Adviser | 22nd Apr 2022 | More
Bell launches sustainable equity strategy

Melbourne-based global equity manager, Bell Asset Management, best known for its small and mid-cap equity strategies, has a launched a new ‘sustainable’ equity strategy. The Bell Global Sustainable Fund will add to the firm’s growing suite of products and offer another option for diversification, as a number of leading equity managers continue to underperform. With…

Staff Writer | 13th Dec 2021 | More
Top hedge fund award goes to L1 Capital

L1 Capital has taken out the prestigious ‘Alternative Investment Manager of the Year Award’ at the annual Australian Alternative Investment Awards for 2021. The award presentations were held in conjunction with the 20th anniversary Hedge Funds Rock charity dinner in Sydney last Friday night (December 10). They represented a welcome and lively return to normality…

Greg Bright | 13th Dec 2021 | More
  • Reserve Bank decision solidifies role of floating-rate fixed income assets

    Investment manager Daintree Capital, together with distribution partners Perennial and eInvest, held an investor webinar on its recently listed Hybrid Opportunities Fund (ASX:DHOF), which was quoted on the ASX earlier last month. With interest rates at all-time lows and the RBA giving “a very low probability” to the current surge in inflation triggering an early…

    Ishan Dan | 9th Dec 2021 | More
    BlackRock tilts towards China ahead of a recovery in 2022

    And just like that, the year is almost over. As 2021 comes to an end, there’s a lot to celebrate, both good and bad. The pandemic is largely behind us, with multiple vaccines administered across the world, but at a great cost and a hefty debt bill. But there is light at the end of the…

    Ishan Dan | 9th Dec 2021 | More
    Global X ETFs are coming to town

    The power of passive investing has been on show during the pandemic. Combined with the ease of implementation and a flood of new investors entering the market, the exchange-traded fund (ETF) sector has been growing at 40 per cent a year. Such has been the success that the Australian market reached $113 billion in June…

    Staff Writer | 9th Dec 2021 | More
  • Short-term market focus hurting long-term innovation

    Australian Ethical’s Master Class session, hosted by The Inside Network, was titled “Investing for a better world.” It brought together external industry influencers to discuss how technologies will shape and dominate the next few years, with a particular focus on blockchain and recycling products. It was a practical panel session to give investors a real…

    Ishan Dan | 9th Dec 2021 | More
    Miners and biotechs lift ASX 0.5%

    ASX higher as dividends rain, three new highs, AMA in trading halt The ASX200 (ASX: XJO) finished the week on a positive note, adding 0.5% with the market finish up the same amount of the five days. On Friday it was all about resources and utilities, with Alumina (ASX: AWC) jumping 6.7% on a booming aluminium price and lithium miner Orocobre (ASX: ORE)…

    The Inside Adviser | 5th Sep 2021 | More
  • ASX back in the red as miners, banks drag on bourse

    Reporting season sends ASX lower, Appen, A2M tank, Woolworth’s surprise buyback The ASX200 (ASX: XJO) pushed lower on Thursday as the reporting season losers outweighed the winners. All eyes were on the consumer sectors with staples falling 0.8% and discretionary adding 0.3% as Woolworth’s (ASX: WOW) delivered a strong result. Two midcaps popular with brokers and DIY investors alike…

    The Inside Adviser | 26th Aug 2021 | More
    ASX retreats, Afterpay and Zip rise again

    ASX claws back, energy hit, IT takeover rally spreads The ASX 200 (ASX: XJO) spent most of the day clawing back from early losses, ultimately finishing down just 0.2% despite a weak lead from the US market. The story was similar to yesterday with 8 of the 11 sectors down but technology continuing to drive performance, up…

    The Inside Adviser | 3rd Aug 2021 | More
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