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Insights into habits of the wealthy

The latest Investment Trends research shows the number of high net worth individuals (HNWIs) in Australia rose to a record 460,000 people, reasserting Australia as one of the wealthiest countries in the world.

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Investing in collectibles: do passions and profits mix?

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.

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The Forward View – Australia: July 2019

Forecasts unchanged – including key drivers of growth. Rate cuts to help but mainly in 2020. Fiscal stimulus impact small.

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Why you might need to rethink your fixed income strategy

It’s taken a while to gain momentum, but fixed income is starting to feature in high net worth portfolios in Australia, catching up with offshore peers.

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INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

The latest Investment Trends research shows the number of high net worth individuals (HNWIs) in Australia rose to a record 460,000 people, reasserting Australia as one of the wealthiest countries in the world.

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

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.

They’ve been caricatured as avocado-toast-eating spendthrifts but it turns out plenty of young Australians are ambitious savers and well-informed investors. In fact, we could learn a thing or two from their lifestyle choices.

Digital innovation has only served to enhance what NAB Private can provide. So why do some banking transactions seem more laborious than ever? I’d like your feedback on the highs and lows of your own private banking experience.

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.

If you think private banking is all about loans and deposits or even wealth strategies, think again, says Jason Murray, the new Customer Executive of NAB Private.

If you think it’s hard to spot the next big digital start-up, imagine picking the next big thing in the art world.

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.

We’re even more committed to greater specialisation with the announcement of a new geographic approach that will mean even more support for our private banking customers.

Socially responsible investing has skyrocketed in Australia over the past few years. What does it mean to invest responsibly and what is its impact?

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