Looking more broadly, I believe there will be an increased focus on debt funds, distressed debt and restructuring funds as asset turnover increases. At the same time, there will be opportunistic investments that will be positive for returns.
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Will Hamilton, our Managing Partner has once again made this coveted list, which is compiled for The Australian newspaper by US publication Barron’s.
To read more and access the full list, click here.
Hamilton Wealth Partners is excited to bring to you a new Webinar series hosted by HWP Principal, Kane Baranow, featuring Fund Managers across the industry. We will kick this series off with Jamie Nicol from DNR Capital on Thursday the 23rd of July at 4pm.
Jamie Nicol – Chief Investment Officer & Director
Jamie has over 27 years’ experience in the funds management industry and is one of the founding partners of DNR Capital. He is Chief Investment Officer and has responsibility for portfolio management and investment strategy, financials (ex property), building materials, energy, industrials sectors. Prior to establishing DNR Capital, Jamie held senior roles in company research and analysis for two major stockbroking firms, as well as for Westpac, Mergers and Acquisitions (Australia and South Pacific). He commenced his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers (formerly Coopers & Lybrand), in the areas of audit and tax.
Jamie has a Bachelor of Business – Accounting (Distinction), a Bachelor of Economics and is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Chartered Accountants.
To register please click here.
James Kirby explains Modern Monetary Theory or MMT. Politicians dont’s use those words or initials but with the degree of stimulus we have experienced some form of MMT is with us, we think we know how this will play out, but the reality is we don’t.
Will Hamilton is referenced as is an article he wrote on the same subject in November of 2019.
Please join us on Tuesday 14th July at 4.00pm for the Hamilton Wealth Partners, July 2020 Quarterly Update and Outlook Webinar.
This is the first of regular quarterly updates where Will Hamilton, John Green and Kane Baranow will discuss our current outlook and strategy for the quarter ahead.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions and Ian Gillies will also be available to answer any questions on strategic advice as well.
We look forward to seeing you.
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US financial investment publication Barron’s and The Australian’s business magazine The Deal present Australia’s comprehensive list of financial advisers. The Top 100 Financial Advisers in Australia is based on an exhaustive, national survey. This list offers clients and advisers a unique guide to the leading practitioners in the sector. This package is a joint project between The Australian and Barron’s.
For many financial advisers sheer survival will be enough reward in what will continue to be a tough year. But for the elite professionals in this year’s Top 100 Financial Advisers list, 2020 could mark a new beginning.
In short, the sector is shell-shocked. In fact, it is shrinking as some financial institutions give up on the now maligned notion of vertical integration under which a company can create financial products, then sell those same products. The end result is a generation leaving the industry in the face of higher standards and an unavoidable one-size-fits-all national exam that every adviser in Australia must pass.
What makes these people the best advisers? Perhaps it is an unlikely quality — the imagination to put yourself in your client’s shoes.
Stage two is where the sharp personal impacts are felt.
Though we’re seeing signs of a bounceback in equity markets, we must be wary of the stage two effects where the economy grinds to a halt about two-thirds of the way up the V of our alleged V-shape recovery — and goes sideways.
Hamilton Wealth Partners hosted a Webinar as part of its Thought Leader Series with Tony Burgess, Chairman of Flagstaff Partners Pty Ltd.
The Webinar was held on Thursday 2nd July, a recording of the webinar is above or click below to listen on Spotify.
Tony Burgess has over 35 years of experience in corporate finance in Melbourne, London and New York, and has advised on many major M&A and ECM transactions.
He co-founded Flagstaff Partners, a leading independent corporate finance advisory firm, in 2009 and served as CEO until 2019.
Tony was previously Global Co-Head of Mergers & Acquisitions at Deutsche Bank AG. In this role he was based in London and was a Member of the Executive Committee for the Global Banking Division. He joined Deutsche Bank in Australia in early 1998 and was Co-Head of Global Corporate Finance, Australia & New Zealand from 1998 to 2004 before relocating to London in 2004 to become European Head of Mergers & Acquisitions. He was previously Head of Corporate Finance at EL & C Baillieu and Joint Head of Corporate Finance at Potter Warburg.
Tony holds an MBA (with Distinction) from Harvard Business School (1985) and a Bachelor of Commerce (with First Class Honours) from the University of Melbourne (1981). He is a former member of the Australian Takeovers Panel, a member of CPA Australia and a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australia. He is Chairman of the Foundation for Business and Economics, University of Melbourne, a Governor of the Ian Potter Foundation, a Director of the listed investment company, Diversified United Investment Limited, a Director of Melbourne Business School Limited, a Director of Gandel Group Pty Ltd and a member of the board of management of Melbourne Theatre Company.