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The value of momentum to active managers and planned sponsors in Australia
  • by Andrew Grant, Hamish Malloch, Professor Steve Satchel
  • Tue 11 Dec
  • Issue 1

In this paper we present some details of momentum investment hopefully of interest to fund managers and planned sponsors.

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Is qualitative analysis of fund managers a reliable indicator of future relative return?
  • by John Evans
  • Tue 11 Dec
  • Issue 1

Quantitative analysis of fund manager performance has been seen for some time as not being a reliable predictor of future performance.

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Household spending patterns in retirement
  • by Aaron Minney F FIN
  • Tue 11 Dec
  • Issue 1

This paper considers the relevance of the traditional assumption of constant real spending through retirement.

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The efficacy of gearing: how volatility, costs, and sequencing risk contribute to geared investment portfolio outcomes
  • by Professor Mark Brimble, Dr Katherine Hunt
  • Issue 1

This research examines whether gearing is a strategy likely to yield the returns expected, and under what conditions.

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How academic research can inform default superannuation fund design and individual financial decision-making
  • by Adam Butt, Gaurav Khemka, Luke Strickland
  • Issue 1

In this paper, we demonstrate mathematical tools that can assist in determining optimal decisions for members with various characteristics.

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Investor criteria of early stage ventures in New Zealand
  • by Hattaf Ansari, David Tripe SF Fin and William Wilson
  • Issue 2

This study seeks to inform New Zealand entrepreneurs on the needs and wants of New Zealand investors looking to invest in early stage ventures, potentially enabling entrepreneurs to improve the effectiveness of their capital-raising efforts.

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Insurance: Challenges to the business model
  • by Mike Thomas
  • Issue 2

With technology changing the nature of risk and the way risk services are priced, this paper examines the key elements of a ‘traditional’ insurance business that are now open to challenge.

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