2021 NAB Superannuation FX Hedging Survey BROADENING HORIZONS

Insights important to the super fund community

Our 10th biennial survey – the only survey of its kind to examine hedging techniques in Australia – captures the shifting priorities in a rapidly changing landscape. Download the summary of the 2021 findings or for deeper insights request the full survey results.

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Head of FX Strategy, Ray Attrill and Director, Currency Overlay Solutions, Mike Symonds discuss the results of our 10th Biennial Superannuation FX Hedging survey with ASFA.

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Our 10th biennial survey – the only survey of its kind to examine hedging techniques of Australian Super Funds – captures their shifting priorities in this rapidly changing landscape.

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Responding to changing asset manager behaviours and expectations.

Our Head of FX Investor Sales APAC and Head of FX Research joins ASFA CEO to discuss the 2021 survey.

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The recent NAB Super Evolution conference considered the implications of low interest rates on investments and asset allocations, and how that could affect superannuation returns.

Amid an expensive market and an uncertain global economy, fund managers are cautioning discipline, though there are opportunities for investors to look outside traditional markets and work on assets.

The super sector will undergo changes in the next five years that will bring fewer and larger funds, more intrusive regulators and a sharp focus on returns and fees, says Martin Fahy, chief executive officer of the Association of Superannuation Funds Australia.

In a rapidly consolidating sector, trustees must consider many factors as they eye potential tie-ups.

Our 9th biennial survey – the only survey of its kind to examine hedging techniques of Australian super funds – captures their shifting priorities in this rapidly changing landscape.

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