Non-settlement of new supply could be the factor that puts an end to the Australian residential property boom, writes Quay Global Investors’ Chris Bedingfield.
The current approach to financial risk profiling is short-sighted and outdated, and it is likely to be costing Australians tens (or even hundreds) of thousands of dollars in retirement, writes Investfit’s James Claridge.
The March quarter GDP growth figure of 0.3 per cent may well be disappointingly low, writes AMP Capital’s Diana Mousina – but it could have been even worse.
Smart beta is disrupting the investment industry by displacing underperforming active managers who charge high fees and hug their benchmarks, writes VanEck Australia’s Arian Neiron.
In Australia’s highly regulated and prescriptive takeover regime, it is strange that there is one important element where no-one actually knows what the rule is, writes Herbert Smith Freehills’ Simon Haddy.
TH Real Estate makes Australia hire
Northern Trust adds BDM to Melbourne office
MLC Life appoints chief claims officer
Is residential property near a tipping point?
How financial risk profiling is missing the mark
Australian economy losing momentum