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Perpetual is an ASX-listed, diversified financial services company with a rich history dating back to 1886. Across our three businesses – Perpetual Investments, Perpetual Private and Perpetual Corporate Trust – our people focus on protecting and growing clients’ wealth, with a relentless focus on consistent delivery over time.

A widely-recognised and respected financial services organisation, Perpetual is one of Australia’s largest wealth managers, an expert adviser to high net worth individuals, families and businesses, and a leading provider of corporate trustee services.

Perpetual Investments has been awarded Fund Manager of the Year Awards across multiple categories every year for the past decade and Perpetual Private has been rated #1 by Euromoney for our range of advisory services for high net worth clients.

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Interview on new technologies with more potential to grow

For many global tech companies, COVID has boosted their revenues and pushed share prices to all-time highs. We are on the cusp of amazing technical advances and there are plenty of new opportunities.

How do you pick the right global stocks during Covid-19?

The varying degrees of market performance are due to the mix of sectors and stocks in each index. The best plan of attack is to find quality companies in essential services at favourable prices.

Vivek Prabhu on the volatility of bonds in changing times

While coronavirus has brought into sharp focus the risks in bond portfolios, markets are always changing. Relative value and risks must be constantly watched as opportunities are presented.

Why you should be wary of share buy backs

This week, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg told Australia companies to invest in growth rather than return capital or buy back their own shares. There are other reasons to check the merit of buy backs.

Nathan Hughes on consistency in strange markets

Regardless of how a fund manager is performing, it's vital to have the confidence in a long-term set of rules that have stood the test of time through many markets, including recognising SRI principles.

Budget 2019: more news, views and videos

In our Federal Budget 2019/20 coverage, we present summaries and analyses of the Budget from Cuffelinks' sponsors, including newsletters and videos, plus a summary of Labor's overall strategy.

Balancing longevity and sequencing risk

Low interest rates have created problems for retirees, leading to the threat of a reduced lifestyle quality, running out of cash or accepting the age pension. Taking high risks at this point may make things worse.

Profit downgrade? Blame it on the rain

Exogenous factors like macro changes and weather can affect a company’s short-term profits. Management often blames uncontrollable factors for earnings downgrades but rarely owns up to a fortuitous tailwind.

Asset test changes create questionable advice

As pensioners and advisers adapt to the asset test changes, they should not place a different value on a dollar of income and a dollar of accumulated capital to support a retiree's lifestyle.

Longevity risk cures worse than the disease

There is much disagreement over the 'safe' withdrawal rate in retirement to ensure savings do not run out. Unfortunately, drawing only 2.5% from a nestegg will leave many retirees living a life on unnecessary austerity.

Pension drawdown affects asset allocation decision

The method chosen to determine the amount of pension payments from superannuation should influence the allocation towards the volatility of growth or income-based assets.

Sponsor White Papers

The case for real return investing + Covid webinar

While most long-term investors accept that market corrections and fluctuations occur over time, severe downturns lead many to question: How to best structure a portfolio to withstand extreme market stress?

The role of fixed income in a diversified portfolio

Many investors are familiar with the concept of diversification, spreading investments across different asset classes. Most diversified portfolios include growth assets, such as shares and property, as well as defensive assets, such as fixed income and cash.

Fixed income fundamentals

A fixed income investment is a simple interest only loan. It may be made to a government, semigovernment authority or company; as such, fixed income investments are often referred to as ‘debt’ investments.

Fixed income: a diversified array of investments

This paper focusses on the diversity of fixed income investments and the credit market.

Global insights: volatility brings opportunity

In the past quarter, we have seen a significant divergence between the performance of the US stock market compared to emerging markets and Europe. Valuations in each geography are moving in different directions and we are excited about the opportunities that we are presented with today. I couldn’t have said this at the start of this year.

  • 1 November 2018

Quarterly market insights: October 2018

This is the inaugural edition of Quarterly Market Insights from the Multi Asset team at Perpetual Investments. The document is a compilation of our thoughts and views of key issues in financial markets, the earnings and economic cycle, the interaction of policy makers and how our portfolios are helping your clients achieve their investment goals.

  • 1 November 2018

2018 Australian Securitisation Investor Report

The Australian Securitisation Forum (ASF) and Perpetual present the 2018 Australian Securitisation Investor Report. It provides insights into the dynamics of the securitisation market and Australian based investor preferences.

  • 6 September 2018

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Who's next? Discounts on LICs force managers to pivot

The boards and managers of six high-profile LICs, frustrated by their shares trading at large discounts to asset value, have embarked on radical strategies to fix the problems. Will they work?

Four simple things to do right now

Markets have recovered in the last six months but most investors remain nervous about the economic outlook. Morningstar analysts provide four quick tips on how to navigate this uncertainty.

Welcome to Firstlinks Edition 374

Suddenly, it's the middle of September and we don't hear much about 'snap back' anymore. Now we have 'wind backs' and 'road maps'. Six months ago, I was flying back from Antarctica after two weeks aboard the ill-fated Greg Mortimer cruise ship, and then the world changed. So it's time to take your temperature again. Our survey checks your reaction to recent policies and your COVID-19 responses.

  • 9 September 2020

Reporting season winners and losers in listed property trusts

Many property trust results are better than expected, with the A-REIT sector on a dividend yield of 4.8%. But there's a wide variation by sector and the ability of tenants to pay the rent.

Have stock markets become a giant Ponzi scheme?

A global financial casino has been created where investors ignore realistic valuations in the low growth, high-risk environment. At some point, analysis of fundamental value will be rewarded.

How the age pension helps retirees cope with losses

It's often overlooked how wealthier couples can fall back on the age pension if a market loss hits their portfolio. The reassurance is never greater than in a financial (and now epidemic) crisis.

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