eInvest is excited to be quoting a new Active ETF on the 3rd of November: ASX:DHOF
The Daintree Hybrids Opportunity Fund (Managed Fund) (ASX:DHOF) represents a new era in hybrid portfolios. Offering global and local hybrid diversification, advance risk management, institutional active management and competitive fees, join these webinars to find out more about this new portfolio.
Brad Dunn, Portfolio Manager, will cover:
Webinar dates: Wednesday 27 October at 11.am Sydney time and launch day, Wednesday 3 November at 11am Sydney time.
Q&A will be enabled so use this time to ask Brad your burning questions
Disclaimer: This webinar is for general information purposes and is not financial advice. Always seek your own advice and read the PDS and TMDs at www.einvest.com.au. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
Stephen joined Perennial Value as an Equities Analyst in April 2000. In 2006, he was promoted to the role of Research Coordination/Senior Equities Analyst and assumed the role of Deputy Portfolio Manager for the Perennial Value Shares for Income Trust. In 2011, he was promoted to the role of lead Portfolio Manager for the Perennial Value Shares for Income Trust and Co-portfolio Manager for the Perennial Value Australian Shares Trust. In 2018, he was promoted to Director, Portfolio Management with responsibility for overseeing the management of all broader cap Australian Equities portfolios. He also has research responsibility for the banking, healthcare, telco and agricultural sectors.
Jodi focuses on investor relations spanning across sales, client communications, product marketing, demand generation, brand, content, customer experience, events, content, automation and digital strategy and is the left handed creative weirdo at eInvest. Jodi’s experience spans 9 years, mostly in institutional funds management distribution having also sharpened her teeth in financial advisory and management consulting.
Jodi is also an avid supporter of the arts and has the “very serious” role of “Bed Leader” at her local community garden.