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How ANZ takes advantage of market opportunities

August 2016

Whether we’re adding value or being protective: tactical asset allocation is a daily consideration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANZ chief investment office’s tactics to maximise short-term opportunities.

In managing its investments, ANZ generally takes a defensive position in times of volatility or adds value when the opportunity arises – such as lessening exposure to emerging-market shares when the outlook is challenging.

We tactically allocate assets to take advantage of markets in the short to medium term as a daily process in ANZ’s chief investment office.

By monitoring and adjusting to economic and market developments this way we add value to our portfolios.

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See how ANZ’s chief investment office makes tactical changes to asset allocation to take advantage of market movements.

"Very few people, even experts, have the ability to pick market movements regularly on a short-term basis.”

Mark Rider, former Chief Investment Officer

Mark brought over 30 years of investment market experience to ANZ, having previously worked at UBS and the Reserve Bank of Australia. During his seven-year tenure at ANZ Mark was responsible for and contributed to the overarching investment philosophy, investment strategy and asset allocation of ANZ Private Banking.

 

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