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Three themes a top fund manager is watching closely

13 October 2019 - Markets are full of conflicting message at the moment. In this feature the Harbour Asset Management team explain what's happening and how the are positioning their portfolios.

Harbour takes a cautious approach as downside risks increase

12 September 2019 - The Harbour team examine market movements in the past month, and what they are watching going forward. Find out how they are positioning their portfolios.

Lower and lower domestic interest rates

14 August 2019 - The Harbour team examine market movements in the past month, and what they are watching going forward.

Advisers need to negotiate lower fees

13 August 2019 - Fund management fees are too high and advisers should be negotiating lower fees for their clients, MyFiduciary principal Chris Douglas says.

Finely balanced, markets walking a tightrope

18 July 2019 - The Harbour team examine market movements in the past month, and what they are watching going forward.

Two new arrivals at Harbour

22 June 2019 - Harbour Asset Management has added a Fixed Income Market Strategist, following the departure of Christian Hawkesby and an Investment Specialist to its team.

Trade tensions impact global growth

13 June 2019 - The prospect of a near-term trade deal between the US and China deteriorated during May as talks broke down, causing bond yields to tumble and global share markets to retreat from recent highs. Falling yields saw defensive, higher yielding equity markets, such as New Zealand and Australia, outperform. And domestically, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) cut the Official Cash Rate to 1.50%, citing the deceleration in global growth and uncertainty around the global outlook as key determinants behind their decision.

More bright spots emerge

16 May 2019 - Global equity markets continued to strengthen in April with the MSCI World index (in local currency) returning 3.8%. Markets were buoyed by the trifecta of a strong US earnings season, signs that Chinese stimulus have had a positive economic impact and, perhaps not unrelated, eurozone growth rates coming in above expectations.

Market Outlook: Records broken

9 April 2019 - Global equity markets continued to strengthen in March with the MSCI World index (in local currency) returning 1.6%, bringing the return for the quarter to 12.6%.

The three things to watch in markets

11 March 2019 - Harbour Asset Management provides an update on what's happening in investment markets and the three things its watching closely.

Responsible investing extends beyond a green label

20 February 2019 - Contact Energy has announced its intentions to raise capital via a “green bond”.

Harbour's View: What the Australian Royal Commission means for the industry

5 February 2019 - The Australian Royal Commission will reshape the financial services industry and has significant implications, Harbour Asset Management says. The report has already had strong political support.

RBNZ banking rules shaping credit markets

5 February 2019 - Changes to banking rules are set to have a meaningful impact on New Zealand’s fixed interest market in 2019

Harbour fixed income head moves on

14 January 2019 - A role at the Reserve Bank beckons for one of the key faces of Harbour Asset Management.

Ignore the chatter; take the long-term view

9 January 2019 - Harbour Asset Management portfolio Shane Solly looks at the reasons why have equity markets been weak, and what it means for investors going forward.

The Third Scenario – The End of Goldilocks

4 December 2018 - While the RBNZ expects to keep the OCR on hold through 2019 and into 2020, in their past two Monetary Policy Statements they have outlined two alternative scenarios: one with stronger inflation pressures; and another with softer economic growth.

Equity market pullback

6 November 2018 - The Harbour Outlook summarises recent market developments, what we are monitoring closely, and our key views on the outlook for fixed interest, credit and equity markets.

Harbour adds Multi-Asset specialist

8 October 2018 - Harbour Asset Management has appointed Chris Di Leva to a new role as Multi-Asset Specialist based in its Wellington office. Di Leva joins Harbour...

Harbour builds a new real estate fund

4 October 2018 - Harbour Asset Management is adding a real estate fund to its offerings as a defensive tool for investors.

Harbour homes in on real estate

4 October 2018 - Harbour Asset Management has rolled out a new real estate PIE fund to give investors a defensive investment home.

[The Wrap] Friendly fire in responsible investment space

21 September 2018 - Simplicity CEO Sam Stubbs may exclude munitions from the funds' investments, but he sure knows how to lob a grenade.

Picking Winners

12 September 2018 - For a more in-depth look at the FundSource Fund Manager of the Year Awards and how winners decided, we have Chief Judge, Darren Howlin in the Good Returns TV studio to explain the process.

Tariff Wars

26 July 2018 - A muted global market reaction so far?

Interest Rate Cycles: Endings and Beginnings

21 June 2018 - Harbour Asset Management provides a valuable update on the fixed interest market following the US Federal Reserve latest rate announcement this week.

Harbour adds to fixed interest team

18 May 2018 - Harbour Asset Management has appointed a new fixed interest investment analyst to replace Declan McKeefry.

Nikko and Harbour hover up more gongs; Fisher and Savage rewarded

18 May 2018 - FNZC was named sharebroking firm of the year, Nikko Asset Management the fund manager of the year - bonds, and Harbour Asset Management the fund manager...

Investment horizon: The changing face of the New Zealand credit market

1 May 2018 - Over recent years the New Zealand credit market has been going through something of a quiet revolution.

Is active investment management the solution to navigating technological disruption?

26 March 2018 - The impact of technology is one of the most exciting aspects of being a professional investor. Technology can enable a business to significantly enhance its service offering, improving customer service and hopefully making an increased profit along the way – a win-win.

Morningstar finalists announced

20 February 2018 - This year Harbour, Nikko and Milford Asset Management are the three finalists for the Morningstar Fund Manager of the Year. Nikko and Harbour (including...

Harbour adds to board

12 February 2018 - A philanthropist and global business leader is joining the fund manager's governance team.

Nearing an end to the NZ Goldilocks?

12 December 2017 - Markets, both in New Zealand and globally, have experienced "goldilocks" conditions for the past five years of low inflation and solid economic growth.

Reserve Bank changes 'not radical'

8 November 2017 - The Government is set to introduce an employment objective for the Reserve Bank but that is unlikely to affect the future direction of interest rates.

The Wrap: Deadlines for changes clearer (maybe)

27 October 2017 - Since this is the Weekly Wrap we thought we'd try and wrap the week up, highlighting the key news stories and looking ahead to what's happening next week. Read on to see what's on the agenda.

Lessons from RBOHA

24 October 2017 - A large number of retail investors breathed a sigh of relief last month as they received their principal of $900 million back on what was New Zealand’s largest retail bond issue which was launched 10 years ago. Harbour Asset Management looks at the lessons learnt from the Rabobank offer.

Labour would change Reserve Bank - so what?

21 September 2017 - A change of government this weekend could mean a new direction for the Reserve Bank and another element for investors to understand.

Fund Source surprises with awards

30 August 2017 - There were some surprises in the Fund Source Fund Manager of the year awards which where handed out in Auckland last night.

Quantitative investment styles, and when they perform

28 August 2017 - Factor investing as a style has become increasingly popular in the last decade with the rise of Smart Beta funds globally. These strategies are expected to outperform the market over the long-term.

Chaotic election not necessarily bad news for investors

22 August 2017 - New Zealand’s political landscape may be turmultuous but fund managers are divided on how much of an impact it will have on the local markets.

New executive director for Harbour

15 August 2017 - Harbour Asset Management has revealed a new executive director.

Why now is the time for active management

19 July 2017 - Publisher Philip Macalister spoke to Andrew Bascand from Harbour Asset Management. Harbour has over $3.3 billion in funds under management at the moment, and recently won the Morningstar Fund Manager of the Year Award for the second consecutive time. 

Harbour appoints new COO to replace Kaye

11 July 2017 - Harbour Asset Management has pointed Ruari McGregor as its new chief operating officer to replace Jody Kaye.

Change at top of Harbour

10 July 2017 - Harbour Asset Management is getting a shake-up at the top level as a key person moves on.

Harbour re-launches income fund

4 July 2017 - Fund will include more active management after changes

GRTV: Welcome to Good Returns TV

30 May 2017 - Publisher Philip Macalister introduces Good Returns TV and his first guest on the show, Andrew Bascand from Harbour Asset Management. Bascand says investors should halve their return expectations in an increasingly volatile market.

Canterbury economic activity still robust

30 May 2017 - For the last five years, the rebuilding of Christchurch has contributed strongly to NZ’s economic activity. Canterbury’s economy is currently undergoing a significant transition.

Beware a 2019 recession

10 April 2017 - Talks of an impending global recession are making the headlines once again but what exactly are the driving factors?

Harbour named top manager - again

2 March 2017 - Harbour Asset Management was, last night, crowned Fund Manager of the Year for the second consecutive time.

US Fed hike: When a tiny move matters

15 December 2016 - As widely anticipated, the US Federal Reserve lifted the US Fed Funds Rate by 25 basis points this morning, to a new target range of 0.50% to 0.75%.  ...

The Trump Victory – How might investors react?

10 November 2016 - Harbour Asset Management managing director looks at what the Trump victory means for New Zealand and investors.

Central banks not ready to throw in the towel

26 September 2016 - Markets digested a flurry of central bank announcements this week, which all reiterated the determination to lift CPI inflation to targets; with no real signs that central banks have given up on the need for monetary stimulus.

Lessons from unconventional monetary policy for New Zealand

12 September 2016 - Central bankers from around the world met at Jackson Hole in Wyoming, recently, to discuss unconventional monetary policy and lessons for the future.   

A focus on sustainable growth and quality

13 June 2016 - Six years of a begrudged equity market rally is leaving investors nervous.

No rush to cut OCR

1 June 2016 - A lack of inflation pressures still points to low interest rates for an extended period, according to Harbour Asset Management. Read their OCR analysis...

RBNZ having second thoughts

11 May 2016 - The main event for the month was the RBNZ’s April OCR Review, coming hot on the heels of its March decision to cut the OCR to 2.25% that took many local economists by surprise.

Giving inflation a chance

18 April 2016 - A key theme for markets moving into 2016 has been the persistence of low inflation, and the battle facing central banks to avoid low inflation becoming embedded within the expectations of households and businesses.

Harbour expands investment operations team

8 April 2016 - Investment management company, Harbour Asset Management has appointed a new operations analyst with Declan McKeefry. “This appointment reflects the growth...

Playing the man not the ball

16 March 2016 - The RBNZ’s approach to communication has faced some criticism following last week’s cut in the OCR, which surprised many bank economists, leaving some confused and others plain flabbergasted. This is not an attempt to defend the RBNZ, but to look at the facts.

Playing the ball not the man

15 March 2016 - The RBNZ’s approach to communication has faced some criticism following last week’s cut in the OCR, which surprised many bank economists, leaving some confused and others plain flabbergasted.  This is not an attempt to defend the RBNZ, but to look at the facts.

NZ & Australia Company Results Review

11 March 2016 - While some New Zealand companies produced solid earnings results, and overall the results were not as bad as some may have expected, there was a wider divergence of earnings growth outcomes than in previous periods.

A test of inflation targeting credibility?

25 February 2016 - Recent inflation expectation surveys create a real headache for the Reserve Bank, Harbour Asset Management director of fixed interest Christian Hawkesby says.

Evaluating active managers and Active Share

5 February 2016 - No two active fund managers are the same.

Outlook for the Year of the Monkey

18 January 2016 - Capital markets have had a volatile start to 2016, the Year of the Monkey.

Harbour picks up mandate from AMP

22 December 2015 - [UPDATED] Harbour Asset Management has picked up an $180 million fixed income mandate for a range of Westpac-distributed funds.

Inflation risks skewed to the downside

16 December 2015 - In a finely balanced decision, the RBNZ cut the Official Cash Rate (OCR) to 2.50% as part of its December Monetary Policy Statement (MPS).

Warming to responsible investing

7 December 2015 - Whether it's the new Tesla cars that everyone is talking about, equality of remuneration for women, or collapses of finance companies during the GFC; Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues are a prevalent theme of discussion.

Evening the odds

25 November 2015 - When the RBNZ last released its economic projections in the September Monetary Policy Statement there were two key judgements that drove their thinking: 1...

Releasing the Handbrake

9 October 2015 - A key theme in the NZ fixed interest markets over the past 12 months has been the absence of inflationary pressure, turning the chance of further OCR hikes...

White Smoke at No.2 The Terrace?

7 September 2015 - After interest rates cuts in June and July, a reluctant RBNZ is under pressure from the market to deliver another cut at its September meeting and to signal...

Harbour appoints analyst

18 August 2015 - Harbour Asset Management says its appointment of a new specialist operations analyst should give advisers confidence of "no surprises".

South of Neutral OCR?

13 August 2015 - After starting with a 25 basis point cut in June, the RBNZ continued the easing cycle with another 25 basis point cut at its July OCR Review, but cautioned...

Harbour good students

31 July 2015 - Harbour Asset Management has achieved an A+ rating for its responsible investing practices. The fund manager has been a signatory to the United Nations...

Defensive stocks overpriced

13 July 2015 - Investors' search for yield in a low-interest rate environment is pushing up prices of some equities and sparking warnings.

The RBNZ easing cycle begins

9 July 2015 - • The RBNZ surprised markets with a 25 basis point cut in the Official Cash Rate, on a more pessimistic view of export prices, and a more determined...

Is it time to take profits from shares?

15 June 2015 - With equities looking fully valued at the moment Harbour Asset Management considers what options investors have for growth.

Steepening NZ yield curve

13 May 2015 - RBNZ introduces an easing bias As expected, the RBNZ left interest rates unchanged at its OCR Review at the end of April.  However, the key news was...

CGT for property investors would create interesting possibilities

16 April 2015 - Fund manager Harbour Asset Management has waded into the debate on a capital gains tax for property investors. 

High tide - sectoral leadership changing

14 April 2015 - The New Zealand equity market valuation remains stretched and the market is showing signs of rotation. In a world where the risk free rate is around zero...

A change in the fixed interest soundtrack

11 March 2015 - What’s the theme? For those TV channel surfing late at night, there is a programme called ‘What’s the theme?’, which shows endless music videos...

Yield pendulum at the apex

18 February 2015 - In its latest Australasian Equities Commentary Harbour Asset Management's portfolio managers discuss the outlook for dividend yields.

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