Pockets of opportunity provide good prospects for global bonds and equities

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The COVID-19 pandemic recovery remains non-linear across developed and emerging economies leading to a patchy outlook for bond and equity markets, but pockets of opportunity remain, according to GSFM and its fund manager partners Payden & Rygel, Munro Investment Partners and Redpoint Investment Management. Payden & Rygel director, Eric Souders, says the next phase in

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New appointments expand Redpoint IM team

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Redpoint Investment Management has appointed Nick Ying to the newly created role of portfolio trader, bringing the number of investment team members to 10. Mr Ying will be based in Sydney and report to chief investment officer, Ganesh Suntharam. Redpoint is a boutique global equities manager specialising in quantitative strategies across Australian equities, global equities, global

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Redpoint IM signs with climate-focused investor body

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Quantitative equities investment boutique Redpoint Investment Management has become a member of the Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC), a collaboration of Australian and New Zealand investors focusing on the impact climate change has on the value of investments. Redpoint IM chief executive officer, Max Cappetta, said membership of IGCC is a logical step for

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Quantitative investment delivers positive investor outcomes

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The essence of a quantitative investment approach is straight-forward: it is the utilisation of rational economic and fundamental investment insights in a disciplined and consistent fashion. In this article from GSFM’s investment partner Redpoint Investment Management, CEO Max Cappetta examines the merits of a quantitative investment approach and discusses the benefits of such an approach

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GSFM acquires MLC Asset Management’s 49 per cent equity stake in Redpoint Investment Management

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GSFM has completed the acquisition of a 49 per cent equity stake in boutique quantitative equities specialist Redpoint Investment Management (Redpoint).  Redpoint management will continue to control 51 per cent of the business.  The two firms combined will manage over $17 billion. Redpoint was established in 2011 and specialises in listed asset classes including Australian equities, international

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