International Equities

  • 5 key areas for overseas investing

    Speaking at a recent IMAP webinar on ‘Considerations for licensees in international investing’, Nathan Lim Morgan Stanley's Head of Wealth Management Research Australia, reveals the 5 key areas that investors need to be aware of when investing in overseas markets.

  • Boutique management within global equities

    Three Australian-based global equities boutique managers - Hugh MacNally (Private Portfolio Managers), Monik Kotecha (Insync Funds Management), and Stephen Arnold (Aoris Investment Management) - discuss the advantages of a boutique and their approach to portfolio construction when using a managed accounts structure.

  • Focused businesses deliver outperformance - International Equities Catergory

    With a view on focused businesses to drive portfolio diversity and outperformance, Franklin Templeton has taken out the 2021 IMAP Managed Accounts Award for International Equities.


  • Franklin Templeton's Global Growth portfolio wins the 2020 IMAP Award for International Equities

    Franklin Templeton wins the 2020 IMAP Award for International Equitiesfor their Global Growth portfolio. "It’s about doing the little things right and being consistent with what it does" that has seen Franklin Templeton take out the International Equities category.

  • Investing in China: Friend or foe?

    Speaking at a recent IMAP webinar on international equities, Lachlan Hughes CFA (Swell Asset Management), Mark Arnold (Hyperion Asset Management), Tom King (Nanuk Asset Management), Francyne Mu CFA (Franklin Templeton) and Monik Kotecha (Insync Funds Management) provided their views on the opportunities and threats of investing in China.

  • Mega themes driving equities

    IMAP Specialist Webinar Series "So hiw is investment going in 2023?"

    Megatrends are providing opportunities for astute investors in both international & domestic equities. Monik Kotecha (Insync Funds Management), Hamish Tadgell (SG Hiscock & Company) and Brad Creighton (AMP North) share their views on the key drivers and themes playing out in equities over the next six months.

  • Opportunities in Asia

    As the world begins to return to some form of normalcy, with the rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine, parts of Asia are re-opening and economic activity is resuming. Along with the vaccination rollouts, a rising U.S. Treasury yield and persistent sector rotation, Fidelity International’s Paras Anand identifies the key drivers in Asia for Q2. 

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