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Representatives from Australia’s finance sector discuss the importance of managing climate resilience.

Representatives from Australia’s infrastructure sector discuss how they’re responding to the risks associated with climate change.

Representatives from Australia’s property sector discuss how they are managing the financial risks associated with climate change.

In a Victorian first, Sacred Heart Mission and the Victorian Government recently launched the state’s first Social Impact Investment, an innovative financing structure that supports positive social change.

Property issuance in the US Private Placement market is back in favour with investors across North America.

Active asset management still offers value despite the rise of low-fee passive strategies in the fixed-income sector.

Caution but not panic is the mantra among top Australian property investors as they adjust to a new phase of the market cycle.

The financial crisis and its aftermath fundamentally reshaped bank business models, allowing investors to focus mainly on macroeconomic factors when they analyse the sector. Speakers at the KangaNews-NAB Fixed Income Beyond the Institutional Sector Summit shared insights into the present and future of bank investment.

A major conference of the UN Environment Finance Initiative in Australia has been told that the weight of money is driving the shift towards a more sustainable economy.

The digital economy has given rise to its own infrastructure needs, and investors are paying attention.

As the current phase of privatisations approaches its conclusion in Australia, local infrastructure investors are looking to international markets for investment opportunities. At the same time, global capital that was drawn to the Australian market by the deep pipeline continues to actively pursue Australian deals. This has created significant competition in Australia and seen infrastructure investors increasingly focus on a broader class of assets.

How is the corporate bond market evolving and what will drive the non-institutional fixed income market in the future?

For corporates with a growth agenda but no formal credit rating, the bond market is providing a new avenue for capital.

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