Redpoint Investment Management, a partner of NAB Asset Management, has been awarded a mandate with industry fund Intrust Super.
Intrust Super awarded the mandate to Redpoint Investment Management on the premise of providing its members with risk-adjusted returns.
Intrust Super chief executive Brendan O’Farrell said: “Engaging a skilled and experienced investor such as Redpoint is central to the ongoing success of our investment strategy.
“We are very confident that our decision to invest with Redpoint’s Global Listed Infrastructure strategy provides the opportunity to achieve a great risk-adjusted return for Intrust members.”
Redpoint chief executive Tim Batho said: “We are delighted that an award-winning industry fund like Intrust Super has entrusted Redpoint with some of its members' savings.
"Underpinning Redpoint’s business approach is a shared vision of how we can use our global investment capabilities to design and deliver scalable, well-engineered, risk-focused and cost-efficient solutions.
“The Redpoint Global Listed Infrastructure strategy is a good illustration, seeking to take a holistic view of the asset class to achieve its investment objective of capturing the diversifying characteristics of global infrastructure,” said Mr Batho.
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