Webinar – Investor Implications Amid the RBA’s Economic Transition

Australian Fixed-Income Markets Unveiled – Investor Implications Amid the RBA’s Economic Transition


As the RBA moves from pumping to decelerating Australia’s economy, what are the implications for investors and how is Manning monitoring and thinking about these developments? In light of these changing domestic dynamics, you are invited to this webinar with Portfolio Manager & Founder, Josh Manning and Chief Investment Officer, Adrian Bentley, as we discuss the most important themes emerging this year. The webinar will cover:

– What are we seeing in the fixed-income markets: the considerations and outlook for income investors

– Public Vs Private Markets – what does an investor need to consider right now

– The eternal question – what might happen in the Aussie housing market and how is Manning positioned?


The webinar will be presented by:

Josh Manning – Portfolio Manager & Founder

Adrian Bentley – Chief Investment Officer

Juliet Shirbin – Head of Investor Relations



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