The Odd Case Of The Missing Asset Class.

Revised and updated for use by investors

An educational resource for advisers to share with clients who are seeking income and diversification.

Australian investors’ portfolios are commonly allocated between two extremes: low-risk cash and fixed interest at one end, and high-risk equities (predominantly Australian equities) at the other.

The Odd Case Of The Missing Asset Class looks into the conundrum and provides you with some insights into an asset class that has the potential to offer your clients:

  • Highly diversified global credit holdings.
  • Predictable monthly income.
  • Moderate levels of risk.

To find out more about how The Missing Asset Class can close the gap in your client portfolios, download a copy of the booklet, email us for hard copies or contact a member of our business development team for more information.

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