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Hyperion

  • Morningstar Australian Fund Manager of the Year 2016. We are honoured to have been named the Morningstar Australian Fund Manager of the Year 2016.  Read More...
  • We invest like business owners, not stock pickers. If a business does not pass our exacting investment criteria, we simply do not hold it. Learn more about our investment process. Read More...
  • Meet our Investment Team. We believe our people are one of our greatest competitive advantages. Read More...
  • A better way to invest. Our focus on owning only the highest quality businesses reduces the risk of our clients suffering from permanent loss of capital in the long term. Learn more about how we manage money. Read More...
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    Tim Samway discusses the August 2016 reporting season Tune in to learn more about what this reporting season tells us about the state of the market and the stocks in the Hyperion portfolios, as Managing Director Tim Samway discusses the recent results.
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    Tim Samway discusses the February 2016 reporting season Hyperion's Managing Director Tim Samway discusses the February reporting season results, how Hyperion's quality stocks performed and the portfolios future sources of earnings growth.
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    Hyperion's Managing Director Tim Samway discusses quality investing. Bronwen Moncrieff from Zenith Investment Partners speaks with Hyperion’s Managing Director Tim Samway to discuss quality investing and the global influence on long term growth.
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    Justin Woerner recaps the August 2015 reporting season. Hyperion's Portfolio Manager Justin Woerner discusses the August reporting season results, how quality stocks performed during reporting season and where he thinks the next growth opportunities will be.
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    Hyperion's Managing Director Tim Samway discusses how to harness disruption for growth
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    An update from Tim Samway, Hyperion Asset Mangement's Managing Director
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    Hyperion's Portfolio Manager Joel Gray discusses why earnings growth, not yield, is the key
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    Hyperion's Managing Director Tim Samway discusses where and how to access global growth via quality Australian listed companies
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    Hyperion's Portfolio Manger Joel Gray shares his findings from an international research trip
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    Jason Orthman discusses the August 2014 reporting season. Hyperion's Portfolio Manager Jason Orthman discusses what this reporting season tells us about the state of the market and what this means for the Hyperion portfolios looking forward.
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    Peter Switzer interviews Hyperion's Tim Samway on which stocks are delivering the goods Domino’s delivered more than just good pizza this week, with a stellar earnings profit boosting share prices. So what other stocks are shining during earnings season, and which stocks should we be holding? Tim Samway from Hyperion Asset Management tells Peter Switzer exactly how he will be investing moving forward.
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    Hyperion's Portfolio Manager Jason Orthman on the current IPO market. Portfolio Manager Jason Orthman explains why caution is key in a hotted-up IPO market.

    Access the transcript here: www.hyperion.com.au/video-transcript-in-the-spotlight-jason-orthman-on-ipos
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    Joel Gray, discusses how to steer clear of the hype and the noise that can distort the true intrinsic outlook for a stock. The rise and fall of hyper-growth stocks with volatile (or even zero) earnings has done much to enhance the appeal of time honoured, bottom-up fundamental analysis and a strict definition of what constitutes a quality stock.
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    Tim Samway and Justin Woerner recap the Feburary 2014 reporting season. Hyperion's Portfolio Manager Justin Woerner and Managing Director Tim Samway discuss the February interim reporting season results, how quality stocks performed during reporting season and where they think the next growth opportunities will be.
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    Joel Gray discusses the August 2013 reporting season. Hyperion's Portfolio Manager Joel Gray discusses the August reporting season results, the signs of increasing corporate confidence, and our portfolios' performance through reporting season.
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    Tim Samway and Joel Gray discuss whether now is the right time for small/mid caps to outperform? Since the GFC mid and small cap stocks have under-performed their larger cap peers in the Australian equity market. So is now the right time for mid / small caps to out-perform?
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    Tim Samway discusses why earnings growth is vital What the February 2013 reporting season has highlighted and why earnings growth is vital for long-term performance.
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    Why Hyperion focuses on growth equities Tim Samway, from one of the fastest growing equity managers in Australia, Hyperion Asset Management, joins Switzer TV to discuss the fund's strategy in 2012, Hyperion's outlook for 2013 and why Hyperion is concentrating on growth stories.
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    Have investors moved from fear to greed? Recorded at a series of national lunches, Hyperion Asset Management’s Managing Director Tim Samway discusses a number of key indicators that suggest investors have made a fundamental shift towards greed, or perhaps hope...
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    Samway talks to Switzer about buying opportunities Tim Samway, Hyperion Asset Management's Managing Director, talks to Peter Switzer about whether a pullback in the stock market offers a good buying opportunity. (24 Oct 2012)
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    Benefits of Hyperion Asset Management in a Blended Portfolio Hyperion's Managing Director, Tim Samway, discusses the Hyperion Australian Growth Companies fund in terms of its benefits within a blended portfolio.
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    Finding growth in Australian equities In the next installment of Hyperion's webinar series for Financial Advisers, CIO Mark Arnold discusses the effect of the credit cycle on Australian equities.
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    The Challenges of Long-Term Investing Hyperion Asset Management takes a Monty Python inspired look at the challenges of being a long-term investor.

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Welcome to a different kind of Investment Fund

Hyperion provides your investment with the opportunity to benefit from the growth of quality companies, selected and managed by a proven investment team.

Features and Benefits 

    >  High conviction, highly concentrated portfolios offer opportunities for real returns
>  Preservation of capital is paramount to our process.
>  Predictability of earnings increases confidence in long-term returns.
>  Transparency reduces the chance of unpleasant surprises.

While past performance is no guarantee of future performance, our results have shown that well-managed companies with solid fundamentals produce the best long-term returns for our clients.

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Sectors to embrace (and avoid) in global equity markets 27-Jul-2016

Hyperion proves sticking to the fundamentals pays off in any market. This year Hyperion celebrates its 20th year of managing high quality equity portfolios on behalf of our clients and our commitment to deliver.. read more

Media Release: Hard Closure of Hyperion Small Growth Companies Fund 09-May-2016

Award-winning small-cap fund closing to protect future performance. Australian equities manager, Hyperion Asset Management (Hyperion), today announced that it will hard close its small-cap fund, the Hype.. read more

Reporting Season Insight: Strategic reinvestment trumps rocky Resources 14-Apr-2016

Reflecting on the recent reporting season, Hyperion Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager, Mark Arnold discusses the weight of the interim results and how we put this info.. read more

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Awards & Ratings

Awards,

Morningstar Awards 2016

Australian Fund Manager of the Year

Morningstar Awards 2016

Australian Domestic Equities - Large Caps Category Winner

Morningstar Awards 2016

Australian Domestic Equities – Small Caps Category Winner

Hyperion Australian Growth Companies Fund,

Morningstar Awards 2016

Australian Domestic Equities - Large Caps Category Winner

2013 Fund Manager of the Year

Money Management | Lonsec - Winner: Australian Equities (Broad Cap)

Hyperion Small Growth Companies Fund,

Morningstar Awards 2016

Australian Domestic Equities – Small Caps Category Winner

2013 Fund Manager of the Year

Money Management | Lonsec - Winner: Australian Equities (Small Cap)

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