BNY Mellon Investment Management's James Lydotes fields one of his most frequently asked questions: do rising interest rates and inflation adversely impact investing in the infrastructure space?
The Productivity Commission has made a number of sensible recommendations about the selection of default super funds that would reduce the ‘randomness’ of the current system.
While we can expect robust year-on-year earnings growth in the US and Europe, much of the good news in equity markets is already ‘priced in’, writes MFS Investment Management's James Swanson.
The fourth industrial revolution is coming, but it will be driven by renewable energy rather than robotics and artificial intelligence, writes Investec Asset Management's Michael Power.
The much-anticipated MSCI China A Share inclusion occurred on 31 May 2018, and so far it has been a pretty smooth implementation, writes Nikko Asset Management's Eng-Teck Tan.
FASEA appoints new chief executive
David Murray commences new role as AMP chairman
ANZ names new group treasurer
Super shouldn’t be a lottery
Can infrastructure equities cope with rising rates?
Is this as good as it gets?