Thu Aug 26 AEST (11 months ago)
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The vast majority of financial advisers in Australia rely on mean-variance optimised strategic asset allocations, mapped to a handful of client risk profiles. The approach is highly scalable and relatively simple to understand.
However, the approach may not necessarily lead the best outcomes for clients. In this will explore when problems with mean-variance portfolios arise, review some of the alternative approaches to SAA including life-cycle and goals-based investing, and propose an alternative framework for Australian advisers.
Director Harbour Reach Investment Consulting