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In the second episode of our Super Allocator Miniseries, Ben Samild shares the history, strategy and mission of Future Fund (Australia's SWF).
In 2002, the Australian Federal Treasurer, Peter Costello, commissioned the Australian Treasury to look at the long-term issues facing the nation and how adequately current generations were preparing for future ones. The message was bleak; “Australia’s ageing population would put immense stress on public finances, especially on health and aged care spending, over the next four decades”.
To help address this, the Future Fund was created, and it now looks after six public asset funds (totalling AUD $243.5bn of AUM, as of 31/12/22).
So in the second episode of our Super Allocator Miniseries, Ben Samild, Deputy CIO of Future Fund, explains its mission and strategy, including Future Fund’s mandate to achieve CPI + 4-5% returns per annum.
He explains the “total portfolio approach”, why they locate portfolio managers close to another, their approach to external manager selection, and why in the words of their former CEO that “too many institutional investors arbitrarily filled pre-determined asset class buckets with too many average quality assets in the name of diversification…risk management at its worst!“
From commodities to FX, from concentration to ESG issues, this is a compelling conversation that crosses borders and asset classes, and challenges some conventional thinking.
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