Megatrends possess an aura of inevitability for Insync

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Over the next 15 years we will experience more change than ever in human history. Simply investing along country and sector lines will no longer provide the potential differentiation or the potential outperformance of benchmarks that it once did. Insync invests in megatrends to pick stocks that are more likely to outperform their peers in […]

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Insync Funds Management appoints Portfolio Manager to the Global Titans Fund

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Insync Funds Management is pleased to announce the appointment of John Lobb as portfolio manager within the investment team. John has over 25 years of analytical and portfolio management experience. Previously, he had worked at Bankers Trust Australia, Citigroup Global Asset Management, Credit Suisse Global Asset Management and Orion Asset Management. Monik Kotecha, Chief Investment […]

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The downgrading of global growth by the IMF is not hurting all businesses

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“The slowdown in the global economy will have relatively minimal impact on the outlook for Medtronics which is benefitting from the powerful megatrend in the growing demand for healthcare products and services and through innovation,” said Monik Kotecha, CIO, Insync Funds Management. In a low global growth environment, Insync is still finding opportunities in the […]

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Nestlé: from chocolates, soft drinks to now marketing wellness and therapy

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“As the world’s largest food + beverage company, Nestlé, is now focusing on nutritional therapy, a diversification effort that taps into the fast-growing, high-margin healthcare product market,” said Mr Monik Kotecha, CIO, Insync Fund Managers. “Nestlé Management’s constant long-term focus on innovation and identifying/investing into the next megatrend has enabled it to deliver consistent revenue […]

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Insync Fund Managers appoints new BDM

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Sydney-based firm, Insync Fund Managers, has appointed Yu Ming Cawthorn as the Business Development Manager for its flagship fund the Insync Global Titans Fund. Ms Cawthorn joins Insync from Yellow Brick Road where she was National Manager of Wealth Operations and responsible for implementing YBR’s wealth offering into their branch network. Insync is excited about […]

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Fund manager sees continuing growth from rising African consumer markets juggernaut

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Insync Funds Management is predicting that Africa will be the next big growth region for stock pickers. The fund manager’s Chief Investment Officer, Monik Kotecha, said that investors will soon be talking about Africa as they used to talk about Asia and Latin America. Already, companies like Coca-Cola and Danone anticipate further penetration of their […]

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Global Biotechnology identified as a megatrend

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Insync Global Titans Fund has invested in global biotechnology company Thermo Fisher Scientific on an attractive free cash flow yield of 5.7 per cent for 2016. Ageing populations, the need for better and broader healthcare access globally, more stringent environmental and testing regulations, along with the rising demand for better healthcare and a cleaner environment […]

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Insync continues to increase the fund’s exposure to global healthcare

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“The slowdown in China will have relatively minimal impact on the outlook for Medtronics which is benefitting from the powerful megatrend in the growing demand for healthcare products and services and through innovation,’ said Monik Kotecha, Insync Funds Management. In a low global growth environment Insync Funds Management is still finding opportunities in the global […]

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The Insync Global Titans Fund added to Macquarie Wrap

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Insync’s international equities fund, Insync Global Titans Fund, has been added to the investment and superannuation/pension menus of Macquarie Wrap. “We are very pleased to be added onto the Macquarie Wrap platform which is a leading platform widely used and respected in the financial planning and wealth management industry in Australia. We believe this will […]

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Why the world’s most profitable beer company should be part of an Australian investor’s portfolio

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Anheuser-Busch Inbev. is the largest and most profitable beer company in the world and has six of the top 10 most valuable beer brands in the world. Beer companies were a core part of an Australian investor’s portfolio because of the high levels of profitability, strong cash flow generations and rising dividends. With both Lion […]

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