Shaw and Partners Equity Market Outlook continues in Sydney at the MCAS News31 Oct 2019

Yesterday evening we continued our national Equity Market Outlook presentation, hosting 300 clients and prospects at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney.


Shaw and Partners Limited CIO, Martin Crabb spoke around investing in a low interest rate environment, detailing his framework for making sense of investment returns.


This included considerations around carry (official cash rate), term, credit, equity, currency and liquidity. It was an informative session that was well received by attendees.


Guests also had the unique opportunity to ask questions to Shaw and Partners Limited Senior Research Analysts in an open mic Q&A format at the end of the presentation.


We heard from:

  • Peter O'Connor - Metals and Mining
  • Leanne Truong - REITS
  • Brett Le Mesurier - Banking and Insurance


The seminar continues tonight in Melbourne before travelling to Adelaide next week and wrapping in Brisbane and Perth, week commencing 11 November 2019.


If you would like to attend, please submit an expression of interest via


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