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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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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Warning, disruption ahead

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Aussie equities manager urges investors to embrace innovation in 2015 The clear winners in the year ahead will be Australian companies positioned to profit from innovation and disruption, which means investors should be choosing their stocks accordingly, according to Mark Arnold, Chief Investment Officer at Hyperion Asset Management. The effects of disruption and innovation on

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Predictability and sustainability of earnings growth the key to success in 2014

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Market sentiment has improved over the past year, and with it investors’ appetite for risk, according to equities specialist Hyperion Asset Management. Hyperion’s Chief Investment Officer, Mark Arnold, and Portfolio Manager Jason Orthman, said that equity markets in general had performed well over the past year, with many stocks re-rated upward as the lower earnings

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Reporting season: don’t let the numbers get in the way of a good story

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Too often investors take reporting season figures at their face value instead of looking deeper to see the real story, says Australian equities fund manager, Hyperion Asset Manager. As a consequence, they may be making decisions that lead to missed opportunities – whether selling unnecessarily, or missing the chance to buy low in the cycle.

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Hyperion takes credit for finding growth in Aussie equities

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The post-GFC credit cycle has seen a reversal of fortune for companies with low levels of gearing and organic growth, according to Australian equities fund manager, Hyperion Asset Management.   Mark Arnold, Hyperion’s Chief Investment Officer, believes these companies now have a strong long-term return advantage because they can grow revenues, profits and dividends at attractive

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Winning paper calls for an end to ‘pandemic’ of short-termism

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A research paper condemning the increasing trend toward short-term thinking, planning and measurement in business and investment has been awarded ‘Editor’s Pick Award’ at this year’s Portfolio Construction Conference.  The paper, entitled ‘The Economic Costs of Excessive Short-termism’ was co-authored by Hyperion’s CIO, Mark Arnold and Portfolio Manager, Jason Orthman. It examines the economic costs

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