INVESTMENT

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

What are Australia’s wealthiest doing to prepare for tax-time?

Australia offers Asian investors portfolio diversification in a stable economic and political environment.

Overall market sentiment (measured by NAB’s Commercial Property Index) fell 11 points to -2 in Q1 2019 – its first negative read in over 4 years.

Sustainable bonds are appealing to a wider set of investors as the market develops, a recent conference was told.

High net worth and sophisticated investors are increasingly looking to corporate bonds as a way to preserve capital while delivering higher yields than cash or government bonds.

Growth capital is more important than ever. But while we’re seeing new and innovative forms of funding stepping up to meet this need, it’s clear small and medium-sized businesses must step up too.

A vintage sports car, a pink diamond necklace, a precious work of art – they may be more fun than a share portfolio but do they make sense as investments? We examine the world of high-value collectibles – the good news and the cautionary tales.

Global investors are increasingly allocating funds to infrastructure and many investors are implementing new methods and measures to both adapt to and lead a stewardship mandate into infrastructure investment.

Overall sentiment among property professionals increased marginally in the final quarter of 2018.

Australia’s energy landscape is undergoing a significant transformation which includes the increased penetration of renewable energy technologies.

The Chinese economy is liberalising and opening up to the rest of the world, paving the way for foreign investors to tap into opportunities in the increasingly wealthy nation, the 2018 ASFA Conference heard.

After a year of credit spread tightening, investors are becoming more cautious and selective.

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