NFP investment strategy in a low-yield world

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Perpetual

In this interview, investment specialist Luke McMillan looks at a big issue for NFPs – the low-yield available from income assets like cash and long-term bonds. He discusses some of the implications:

  • Are Australian shares an alternative?
  • Risk issues
  • Planning for future returns
  • Working with boards
  • The importance of an investment policy

NFP and Charity Team

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