Nik is our in-house economist. Before joining Platinum in 2006, Nik worked as an analyst at the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.. More
The decision by the British people to withdraw from the EU took markets by surprise. Yet, it did not occur in a vacuum.
Kerr, with the help of Andrew Clifford, founded Platinum in 1994 with a view to making money for investors. The emphasis was on continuing the successful investment approach.. More
The UK’s exit from the EU is a process. The resulting changes to policies and laws will take some time to come into effect.
Graduating as dux of Finance from university and a brief stint as an accountant at Grant Thornton gave Clay the grounding to deconstruct financial statements. But it is his.. More
A prolonged period of low interest rates will affect us all, and the question of which stocks to own requires more careful consideration than ever before.
In this presentation, Platinum’s portfolio managers will share with investors and advisers their views and insights on the current market conditions around the world and where Platinum is finding investment opportunities during this prolonged period of low interest rates.
Andrew co-founded Platinum in 1994 as the Deputy Chief Investment Officer, having worked alongside Kerr for several years at Bankers Trust and perfecting the craft of.. More
Today, we live in an extraordinary environment as investors, with zero or negative interest rates in substantial parts of the developed world. However, this is the culmination of a story that has been unfolding for over 30 years, and the key question for investors is “what happens next...
The present decade is a particularly interesting time for automotive technology, where a number of changes may be conspiring to turn the industry upside down, creating risks for incumbents and opportunities for newcomers. They may also bring investment opportunities for us, if we can get it...
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