QIC’s Hazel McNeilage in dynamic asset allocation drive


Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC), the A$52.9 billion ($47 billion) institutional fund manager, has long held a reputation for being at the forefront of applying sophisticated risk management techniques for its clients. Last decade, it focused on ‘omega’, the efficient implementation of investment strategy. Now Brisbane-based QIC is beating the drum of dynamic asset allocation – setting asset allocation in ranges determined by the overall fund objectives – and working on spreading the word

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