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Morphic Asset Management is a global equity investment manager based in Sydney. It manages the Morphic Global Opportunities Fund for high net worth, retail and institutional investors.
The Joint Chief Investment Officers, Jack Lowenstein and Chad Slater, set up Morphic in 2012 after working together for many years at Sydney-based ethical fund manager Hunter Hall where they established an excellent track record.
The least understood word in finance comes from bonds: duration. It is used to describe the sensitivity of prices to changes in interest rates, yet it can actually be applied to all asset classes.
One way to transpose ethical views to investing is via shorting and attempting to profit from the fall or the share price of companies one deems to be misaligned with your ethical standards.
Morphic's Managing Director Jack Lowenstein has been visiting Korea for 30 years and explains why he believes investing on the assumption of scary stability is still the best approach.
Through our bearish thesis for global logistics provider Panalpina, we want to detail one of the strategies we use to get the most out of our investment views.
Discover here opportunities we identified in the global logistics industry: adding value in this competitive industry is difficult and disruption has just disembarked.
In this short video Morphic's joint CIO Chad Slater explains three investing principles he follows from an unlikely source, that make you a better investor.
There is a lot of press about more women and diversity being added to boards to improve governance. Rather than tackle boardroom diversity debates head-on, we examine why diversity matters in the funds management industry.
Joint CIO Chad Slater did a short video for Livewire’s annual Fund Manager day, where he outlines in 3 minutes why Morphic is excited about this innovative Japanese property developer.
In response to questions from a number of SMSF trustees the team at Morphic has put together a short video on why we think it is incredibly importantly for SMSFs to look offshore to protect their future retirement plans.
Each half, we provide a set of non-predictions for things we think will not happen in the coming half. Discover whether our January 2017 calls were right and what are our views for the coming months.