Now is the time to reset your expectations, focus on long-term average returns and ensure you do not have too much risk in your portfolios. Remember, behavioural finance illustrates that recent returns affect how we look at future markets. We can say with a high degree of accuracy returns will not be repeated in the year ahead.
For the fifth consecutive year HWP has made the Barrons list of the Top 100 Advisors. Click here to access “The List”
Will Hamilton discusses our outlook in first article of the year for The Australian.
For our first 2021 Webinar of the Fund Manager series Kane Baranow hosted Cullen Gunn and Angus Ingram from Kilter Rural, to discuss the Kilter Rural Farmland Investments Fund.
The webinar was held on Thursday 25th of February.
CEO and Executive Director
Since the late 1980s Cullen has dedicated his working life to advancing sustainable farmland, water and ecosystem management in Australia. Long-term exposure to the investment needs of Australian landscapes prompted a desire to attract institutional-scaled investment in sustainably managed landscapes.
He is a director of Accounting for Nature, a not-for-profit company with a vision to be a recognised global leader for measuring changes in the health of the environment. Cullen is a founding director of Kilter Rural and has been overseeing the existing investment portfolios since 2006.
Manager Agricultural Investments
Angus has 20 years’ experience across production agriculture and agribusiness within various livestock and cropping sectors, including several years with ANZ Bank as an Agribusiness Manager. Prior to joining Kilter Rural in May 2018, Angus spent three years developing and overseeing four irrigated dairy properties in Tasmania on behalf of private investors. Angus is the portfolio manager for Kilter’s Australian Farmlands Fund.