INSIGHTS

SUPER FUNDS

Kristian Fok: The entrepreneurial CIO

Investment chiefs must be entrepreneurial and prepare for business leadership, says Cbus CIO Kristian Fok.

INVESTMENT MANAGERS

Do multi-sector funds have a future?

It's time multi-sector funds grew up.

SUPER FUNDS

Choosing a new CEO

Spirit Super chair Naomi Edwards discusses the process of recruiting the industry fund's new chief executive following the resignation of Leanne Turner.

INVESTMENT MANAGERS

Not just a fad - ESG products come into their own

One of the biggest trends in products this year has been the move towards more standalone Environmental. Social and Governance (ESG) or socially responsible options, or including an ESG screen in any product a fund manager launches.

INVESTMENT MANAGERS

Reforms shine a light on advice

The introduction of the Morrison government's superannuation reforms is good news for financial advisers as advice just got a lot more important.

CONSULTANT

The Great Resignation

The Great Resignation may be slow but it's likely to become endemic, writes Olivia O'Neill managing director at Godfrey Group Consultancy and Recruitment.

INSIGHTS

Why Greg Liddell moved to BetaShares

Greg Liddell, a former head of responsible investment at Suncorp Group, was recently snapped up by the fast-growing ETF provider BetaShares to run its ESG program. He claims Canberra's latest super reforms are bad for ESG strategies.

GOVERNMENT

TCorp joins the top 100 asset owners club

The prospect of building strong relationships with the top global sovereign wealth funds, managing $113 billion of assets, and the freedom to design a rational client-aligned investment strategy is why Stewart Brentnall wanted the job as TCorp's inaugural CIO.

INVESTMENT MANAGERS

A life-long relationship with funds management

Tuan Luu's extensive experience in absolute-return strategies is paying off for the Investors Mutual Private Portfolio Fund.

SUPER FUNDS

Reinventing the C-suite

The Morrison government's superannuation reforms call for chief executives who can deal with complexity and a much higher level of regulatory scrutiny.