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June 2019

With every election we hear similar things from our clients: “We’re just waiting to see what happens after the election.” It’s common for people to be wary around election time. A new budget and a new government always has various...

May 2019

Singapore has enjoyed rapid urban development and economic growth in the past few decades. This sort of swift progress can often lead to serious damage to a country’s natural wilderness. However, a sustained policy push towards green space and quality living has transformed one...

April 2019

Marie Kondo and her Konmari decluttering technique are all the rage. The Netflix series renewed interest in her self-help book “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up” and people around the world are thanking their possessions before letting them go and living a less...

March 2019

The state of Australia’s banking and financial services industry is in the news for all the wrong reasons. Following the recent Royal Commission, how can we understand and process the possible ramifications for industry participants? It’s clear that some participants...

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February 2019

Super funds are in a unique position. They can diversify their asset allocation by providing credit to non-financial businesses in the market for debt; as well as increasing the availability of credit to businesses that need it. A recent Industry Super...

January 2019

Hong Kong is one of our four coverage locations, and we especially love a visit during the colder months from December through to February. Not normally associated with a colder climate, Hong Kong has a lovely mild winter with temps dropping...