Hyperion Asset Management top performer over two decades and recent half

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According to recent Morningstar reports, Hyperion Asset Management’s (Hyperion) funds have returned market topping performances both over the last two decades and in recent months, despite market volatility and a poor end to FY2020 for the ASX.  Hyperion’s Australian Growth Companies Fund has been named the top performing non-geared fund over the 20-year period to

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Hyperion Asset Management ranked first out of 295 global equity funds over five-year period

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Hyperion Asset Management’s Global Growth Companies B Fund has topped a table of 295 Equity World large cap funds as per the data from the Morningstar Direct Global Fund Manager database, which reports that the Hyperion Global Growth Companies Fund B delivered a total annualised return of 18.34 per cent over the five year period

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Hyperion Asset Management wins Morningstar Australia’s Domestic Equities Large Cap category

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Hyperion Asset Management has won Morningstar Australia’s Domestic Equities Large Cap category, demonstrating that consistently applied rigour in investing continues to deliver outperformance above benchmarks. Commenting on the award win, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer Mark Arnold said: “We developed Hyperion Asset Management’s bottom up, structural growth focused investment process over two decades ago.

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Hyperion Asset Management’s Global Growth Companies Fund awarded Highly Recommended rating by Lonsec

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Hyperion Asset Management (Hyperion) has announced that its Global Growth Companies Fund has received the coveted “Highly Recommended” rating from Lonsec. This is the highest possible rating. Mark Arnold, Chief Investment Officer at Hyperion said the “Highly Recommended” rating from Lonsec is a tick of approval for Hyperion’s disciplined, well developed and repeatable investment process as well as

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Hyperion Global Growth Companies Fund added to Macquarie Wrap

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Award-winning, high-conviction equities fund manager, Hyperion Asset Management (Hyperion), has announced the Hyperion Global Growth Companies Fund has been added to the Macquarie Wrap platform. The Hyperion Global Growth Companies Fund is run by Hyperion’s long-standing investment team, applying the same proven philosophy and process which has produced consistently strong returns from their Australian equity

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Aussie retail investors set to benefit from global growth

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Award winning high-conviction equities manager Hyperion Asset Management (Hyperion), has yesterday announced that its latest fund, the Hyperion Global Growth Companies Fund (Global Growth Fund) will be open to direct applications from retail investors. The Global Growth Fund was established in May 2014 with seed money from Hyperion’s investment team. It is run by Hyperion’s, long-standing,

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Investors reassured: quality and foresight will prevail in 2016 … and beyond

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While many market commentators warn that we are in for a bumpy ride in 2016, equities manager Hyperion Investment Management remains calm and sanguine after a sustained period of exceptional outperformance. In fact, according to Tim Samway, Managing Director of Hyperion Asset Management, investors who continue to focus on quality stocks and an intelligent long

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Focus on fundamentals imperative as market upheaval continues

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“Jittery investors are struggling to respond to market volatility and must accept that capital preservation is now a real risk.” This is the view of Joel Gray, Portfolio Manager at award-winning Australian equities manager Hyperion Asset Management, who yesterday said that continued subdued global economic data has vindicated the US Federal Reserve’s decision to keep rates

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Aussie equities manager says limiting volume of inflows essential to ensure ongoing outperformance

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Boutique Australian equities fund manager, Hyperion Asset Management, announced that it will close its institutional business to new inflows. In addition, Hyperion will soft close its retail funds – meaning it will no longer accept new investors into its two flagship equity funds, the Hyperion Australian Growth Companies Fund and the Hyperion Small Growth Companies

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Quality pays dividends, again

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“Results from this reporting season reveal that the best Australian companies have a competitive advantage and grow their businesses on the back of sustainable earnings rather than debt. Weaker ones lack pricing power and are unable to guarantee a predictable earnings stream.” These are the comments of Mark Arnold, Chief Investment Officer at Hyperion Asset

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