A changing world scene
With Steve Williams of RARE Infrastructure
A changing world scene - Where are the opportunities?
Including a Federal Budget update
Wednesday 27 May 2015
Predictions for the Australian dollar vary considerably but its value
is determined by many external factors. Reliance on the resources
industry is not as certain and China is facing challenges.
Now is a time for Australian investors to be thinking about the
makeup of their portfolios as we see change in all directions.
About RARE and Steve Williams
RARE Infrastructure is an investment management company focused only on global listed infrastructure. Current assets under management are circa USD9b. Their clients include large corporate, industry and government pension funds and other institutional investors, as well as retail investors. RARE invests in the listed securities of major infrastructure projects and developments such as airports, gas, electricity, water and roads, which provide essential ongoing services to communities in both developed countries and emerging markets.
As Co-Head of Retail Distribution, Steve is jointly responsible for developing the retail, researcher and platform client base. Prior to joining RARE in 2011, Steve held senior management positions in portfolio management, product and distribution with AMP Capital Investors, BT Funds Management and Ord Minnett.
Steve will discuss:
Major macro-economic issues facing the world at this time
Behavioural challenges investors face, which create many of the opportunities.
Local and international trends
The outlook for 2015/16 and 4 - economic and investment markets
Saward Dawson will also present a short briefing on the key issues coming out of the May Federal Budget
Venue: Saward Dawson offices 20 Albert Street Blackburn
Date and time: Wednesday 27 May 2015 6.00 pm for 6:30 - 8:00pm
Cost: Complimentary to you and a colleague. Light refreshments will be served
Parking: Ample street parking is available including the adjacent car park on the corner of Albert St and Railway Road.
To book for this seminar
Online bookings: Bookings closed
Call our office: 9894 2500 and ask for Jacki