Two webinars for investors to navigate the changing tide
In April 2022 a historic moment occurred. For the first time in over 10 years the RBA announce a rate rise of 25 basis points. Why is this data point important? Because it signals a changing in tide of financial markets.
What happens when the tide changes? You have to adapt and paddle harder.
Both webinars will have approximately 45 minutes duration and will be recorded. Simply register to receive the recording. Q&A will be enabled.
Want a clearer picture on the economic landscape? Where is the tide taking us? How fast is the current? Should we be wearing a life jacket? Justin Tyler, Portfolio Manager of the eInvest Core Income Fund (Managed Fund) (code:ECOR) and the Daintree Hybrid Opportunities Fund (Managed Fund) (ASX:DHOF) explains all.
Date: Tuesday 31 May 2022, 2pm Sydney time
And what if you want to find opportunities in this tide change? Many expect that the sources of return from the last 10 years may not be the same in the next 10 years? Where can investors find a safe harbour and inflation-protected returns?
Register for Webinar Two as we have Stephen Bruce of the eInvest Income Generater Fund (Managed fund) (ASX:EIGA) and Brad Dunn, Portfolio Manager of ASX:DHOF and Code:ECOR explain how their portfolios are positioned for the tide change and how investors can grab a paddle and ride the wave.
Date: Tuesday 7 June 2022 at 2pm Sydney time
Disclaimer: This webinar is for general information purposes and is not financial advice. Always seek your own advice and read the PDS at www.einvest.com.au. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
Director, Portfolio Manager – Interest Rates & Currency
CFA, BSC, BA. GRAD DIP APP FIr
Justin Tyler is a founding partner of Daintree Capital, responsible for interest rate and currency decisions.
Justin has nearly 20 years of experience in the industry. Prior to Daintree Capital, Justin was a Senior Investment Manager at Aberdeen. There, he specialised in Inflation and Interest Rate decisions and was a member of Aberdeen’s Risk Oversight Group. Justin joined Aberdeen in 2009 following the acquisition of Credit Suisse Asset Management (Australia) Limited.
Prior to Aberdeen, Justin spent over 10 years specialising in fixed income analysis and investment banking with RBC Capital Markets and Colonial First State Global Asset Management.
Justin is a CFA Charter holder and active volunteer for CFA Institute. He also holds a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment from the Securities Institute of Australia. Justin graduated from the University of Sydney with Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees, majoring in Pure Mathematics.
Director, Portfolio Management / Head of Research
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.
Portfolio Manager, ASX:DHOF, Senior Credit Analyst
Brad Dunn commenced with Daintree in May 2017 as a Senior Credit Analyst. Prior to Daintree, Brad was with Ord Minnett for over 10 years.
Brad’s most recent role at Ord Minnett was as Senior Analyst and Portfolio Manager in the Fixed Income team. In this role, Brad was responsible for the portfolio management of an income orientated portfolio and providing modelling and valuation analysis on listed interest rate securities. Brad would also undertake strategic asset allocation advice for Ord Minnett’s internal models.
Brad also gained extensive experience as an equities analyst whilst at Ord Minnett, covering the consumer services, property, mining services, retail, technology and industrial sectors.
Brad has a Bachelor of Economics, majoring in Economics and Finance, as well as a Master of Applied Finance both from Macquarie University. Brad has also completed Level 1 CFA.