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Today US financial investment publication Barron’s, in partnership with The Australian’s business magazine The Deal, released their rankings of Australia’s Top 100 Financial Advisers. The rankings are based on a comprehensive national survey. This list offers clients and advisers a unique guide to the leading practitioners in the sector. The formula used to calculate the...
For Frank Macindoe, the challenge in long-term investing is to ignore the noise and determine the underlying trends. The adviser and partner at Koda Capital in Sydney takes a considered, multiyear investment approach that aims to minimise volatility while achieving superior returns. “I try not to be distracted by the short term, ” he says....
Through Koda’s philanthropy work with clients and in the community more broadly, we are increasingly encountering people actively seeking opportunities to create impact in a variety of ways, above and beyond traditional philanthropy. The Philanthropy & Social Capital team’s latest paper explores this emerging theme and identifies avenues for weaving purpose and impact into all aspects of...
This paper is written for fundraisers committed to honing their craft and in search of best practice. It draws on Koda’s in-house experience of fundraising, advising fundraisers and working with philanthropic community. The paper highlights seven critical ingredients to get fundraising teams from good to great.
In this instalment of Inside the Rope, David welcomes Jason Coggins, previous Head of Investment Research at Koda Capital. Jason delves into the nuances of building investment portfolios, the dynamics of public and private market investments, as well as the importance of choosing the right investment managers. He underlines the crucial aspect of tailoring portfolios...
In this instalment of Inside the Rope, David welcomes Jason Coggins, previous Head of Investment Research at Koda Capital. Jason delves into the nuances of building investment portfolios, the dynamics of public and private market investments, as well as the importance of choosing the right investment managers.
He underlines the crucial aspect of tailoring portfolios to meet client expectations, ensuring both technical robustness and effective organisational execution. Jason stresses the critical role of client involvement, the wealth of experience, and the synergy between client objectives and manager commitments to their own strategies.
Further, he explores the concept of the opportunistic investment segment, which encompasses strategies with a longer time horizon, advocating for a cautious and methodical approach to capital allocation to mitigate the risk associated with timing in investments. This approach also involves avoiding an over-concentration in sectors like commercial real estate, tapping into global partnerships for enriched investment perspectives, and acknowledging the implications of fund size on performance.
The conversation also covers the pivotal role of a manager’s historical performance and the strategic importance of risk diversification within a portfolio as a means to minimise potential losses and sustain returns.
Michael Gutman – Navigating Australia’s Real Estate Future
12 Oct 2023 | 32:41 mins
In this enlightening episode, guest Michael discusses the current state and future predictions for the Australian real estate and investment markets, highlighting the challenges posed by projected population growth and supply chain issues. He details how an influx of one and a half million people is affecting housing supply, stimulating discussions among politicians and media...
In this enlightening episode, guest Michael discusses the current state and future predictions for the Australian real estate and investment markets, highlighting the challenges posed by projected population growth and supply chain issues. He details how an influx of one and a half million people is affecting housing supply, stimulating discussions among politicians and media alike.
Michael points out the increasing demand in industrial sectors due to the rise of e-commerce and logistics, with a parallel decline in traditional retail spaces, a trend exacerbated by the pandemic. He also touches on the unstable conditions of the office and retail property markets, recommending prudence due to the observed downturns, especially in the U.S.
Michael emphasises the importance of focusing on sectors with robust fundamentals, like residential and logistics, and the need for adaptability in a fluctuating market landscape. He talks about the importance of aligning investment strategies with the ever-changing market needs, such as sustainability and decarbonisation, especially during global upheavals. The conversation rounds off with insights on the necessity of aligning managerial interests and having ‘skin in the game’, offering listeners an understanding of the ongoing dynamics in Australian investment and real estate sectors.