Where can investors find growth in a world that’s stalled

Webinar & live Q&A

Hosted by Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer, Mark Arnold,
and Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Jason Orthman

Wednesday October 28, 2020, 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEDT 


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With much of the world, including Australia, now in an economic recession, the outlook is very challenging for investors looking to continue growing their wealth. 

In this webinar, we hear from experienced portfolio managers who have maintained positive performance through the COVID crisis, the GFC, the dot com bubble, and the Asian Financial crisis. 

Hyperion’s Mark Arnold and Jason Orthman will discuss how they identify and back extraordinary companies – the 1% which are poised to drive future portfolio growth.

Content: 

  • Identifying the winners: common characteristics of companies that are well-positioned to enjoy strong future growth
  • The Japanification of the global economy and what this means for Australian investors 
  • Lessons from previous economic crises 
  • It's not a tech wreck: why 2020 is not like the dot com bubble of 2020 

This is a live and interactive session. We encourage you to come along with prepared questions for the Q&A session. This is a rare opportunity to hear from some of the most highly-respected investment experts in Australia. 

 This webinar is aimed at sophisticated investors looking to learn directly from Hyperion Asset Management's investment specialists.  

Mark has been a key executive with Hyperion since its inception in 1996 and has been a Lead Portfolio Manager across all Hyperion's portfolios since 1998.

He has played an integral role in the design of Hyperion's investment process and is responsible for the investment returns Hyperion has achieved over the past two decades.

Mark has spent 29 years in the industry researching listed companies.

Jason joined Hyperion in 2008. He is a Lead Portfolio Manager across all of Hyperion's portfolios.

He is responsible for the rigorous research and analysis of equities underlying the team's investment decisions.

Jason has been a key contributor to Hyperion's alpha-driven success.

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Mark Arnold recently spoke to The Australian Financial Review about why the reliable economic growth has been replaced by conditions akin to Japan and outlines the supporting headwinds which make this low-growth environment likely to remain in place for a considerable length of time. 

Read the article here.

Hyperion Global Growth Companies Fund  

These are historial investment returns. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Returns are gross of applicable fees, costs and taxes.

Morningstar Awards 2020 – Australian Domestic Equities – Large Caps Category Winner

Morningstar Awards 2020 – Australian Domestic Equities – Small Caps Finalist

Morningstar Awards 2020 – Australian Fund Manager of the Year Finalist


About Hyperion Asset Management  

Hyperion Asset Management has a 24 year track record of delivering long-term outperformance to clients through investing in high quality equities. We currently manage more than $6 billion for institutional and high net worth clients.  

Our primary objective is to protect and grow your capital investment over the long-term through our philosophy of investing in the highest quality businesses. Our portfolios tend to perform best in low growth and/or decelerating economic environments. We expect our portfolios to produce double digit organic sales and EPS growth over the next ten years compared with the key stock markets that are dominated by old world businesses that will likely be stuck in a very low single digit growth range.

Disclaimer

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