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Taking a passive approach to listed investments is no longer sufficient to ensure satisfactory returns, said the Australian sovereign fund's chief.
While keeping its powder dry for the time being, Australia's sovereign fund sees potential in allocations to China.
December's most read: Canadian pensions eye build-to-rent; Future Fund hiring; family offices' private asset plans
Four of the five most-read stories were related to Australia, including Vanguard's entry into the pension market and Canadian pensions' plans in real estate. Family offices also offered insight into private asset investment plans.
Even as hopes grow that the developed world might be nearing a peak in the interest rate hike cycle, stagnating growth will pose challenges to asset allocators as they position portfolios for 2023.
Commodities and more aggressive alternative strategies are among the options being explored as institutional investors look to counter potential threat.
The Australian sovereign wealth fund aims to build an internal investment team of 130 members in the next few years to adapt to a new world order — one where it expects several equally competing powers and a more challenging alpha-generating environment.
As a new performance study confirms the persistent variability of active fund managers' results, a global index fund giant is making a move into Australia's superannuation market.
Australia’s sovereign wealth fund asks if traditional portfolio construction is a thing of the past, audience hears at AsianInvestor’s Southeast Asia Institutional Investment Forum.
Wind farms offer long-term investors an attractive return profile and are already receiving broad-based political support in New Zealand and Australia.
The CEO of Australia’s Future Fund, Raphael Arndt, has described the organisation's FY22 results as a strong return given the economic environment.
Five years after the sovereign wealth fund announced a nine-year timeline to grow its assets by more than A$67 billion. Despite achieving this goal ahead of schedule, the target has moved.