WEBINARS

Webinars are free of charge to all ASA members unless otherwise stated for special webinar series and masterclasses.

Webinar recordings are available under Webinar Library in the Education section of the website but we also have additional resources available for purchase here

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April

Thriving in volatility

Tuesday, 13 April 2021  |  12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney  

This webinar focuses on why volatility in the share market can provide opportunities for investors. Forager has thrived in the recent volatility, being nimble enough to take advantage of the buying opportunity. Discover how our portfolios have changed over the past year, why certain investments have been added, and how the team continues to provide diversification. 


About This Presenter

Steve Johnson, Chief Investment Officer, Forager Funds
Steve started Forager Funds in 2009 and has been Chief Investment Officer of the Forager Australian Shares Fund since then and the Forager International Shares Fund since its inception in early 2013. Prior to this, Steve owned and ran The Intelligent Investor, a newsletter business providing commentary on investing and stocks to a then growing army of DIY investors. Steve likes to invest in businesses many others aren't looking at or researching and always tries to find opportunity in unlikely places.

 

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Cost 

ASA Member: FREE To register, login and scroll below.
Non-Member: $35.00 Register here

Quality At Value - A proven market beating system

Thursday, 15 April 2021  |  12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney  

Hear from Sydney based ASA member and highly successful investor Tony Kynaston - Host of the QAV podcast.

  • How his QAV system has roughly doubled the market return for over 20 years.
  • How and why he uses a checklist process to outperform.
  • The steps of his investment ladder.
    How you can adopt some of his successful strategies.


About The Presenters

Tony Kynaston, Host, QAV podcast
After twenty years in senior management at Shell and Coles, Tony retired at age 43 to become a full-time investor. QAV is the investing method Tony has developed for himself over the last 25 years, from studying the methods of the world’s most successful investors. 

 

 

Cameron Reilly, Host, QAV podcast
Cameron left Microsoft to start Australia’s first podcast in 2004 and the world’s first podcast business in 2005 (The Podcast Network). He’s the author of The Psychopath Epidemic and the writer/director of Marketing The Messiah. He knows a lot of stuff about history and philosophy but is a dummy when it comes to investing. He’s the producer of the QAV podcast and the guy who twisted Tony’s arm into sharing his secrets. 

 

 


Cost 

ASA Member: FREE To register, login and scroll below.
Non-Member: $35.00 Register here

General Investment Topic

Tuesday, 20 April 2021  |  12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney  

Info to come.


About This Presenter

Nicolas Bryon, Fund Manager, APSEC Funds Management
Nicolas has been managing multi-billion dollar portfolios for global financial institutions for over 20 years and has helped preserved and grow capital through many crashes, corrections and recessions.

 

 

 

Habib Chebli, Client Relationship Manager, APSEC Funds Management
Habib joined APSEC Funds Management in June 2019 in the capacity of Business Development Manager, Managed Funds. His role is to develop and grow Funds Under Management (FUM) through assisting High Net Worth Investors, SMSF Trustees and Independent Financial advisers.




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Cost 

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Non-Member: $35.00 Register here

Investing in Change - The Road to Zero

Thursday, 22 April 2021  |  12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney  

As the ETF market continues to grow, we see investors broadening their scope from investing in traditional asset classes to thinking about investment strategies. One strategy we see becoming more mainstream is ESG investing. With the focus on climate change becoming more prevalent and for one of the first times in history, we have seen governments and corporations across the globe, coordinate and collaborate to an agreed goal of net-zero carbon emissions by the turn of the half-century. Investors are now wanting to ensure that their money is supporting companies that are committed to making positive contributions to the E , S and G.

In this webinar we will share an update on the ETF market and discuss the growth of ESG investing:

  • What is meant by ethical investing and why it is growing in importance
  • How ethical investments have performed compared to traditional market benchmarks
  • Ethical investment options, ranging from international and Australian equities to defensive fixed income bonds 


About This Presenter

Mai Platts, Director - Key Accounts & Adviser Business, BetaShares
Mai is responsible for supporting BetaShares’ distribution activities through Intermediary channels. Previously Mai worked at iShares where her responsibilities were educating and promoting ETFs to financial advisers across NSW, QLD and ACT. Prior to iShares, she was a National Relationship Manager with Certitude Global Investments and has also held sales roles within Macquarie Bank. Mai holds a Bachelor of Agricultural Economics and a Master of Business Law from the University of Sydney.

 


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Cost 

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Investing in Alternatives

Tuesday, 27 April 2021  |  12:00pm - 1:00pm AEST Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney  

In an era of heightened uncertainty, alternative assets represent a unique opportunity for retail investors to gain diversification benefits, reduced cyclicality, and exposure to the megatrends shaping our lives. WAM Alternative Assets (ASX: WMA) Portfolio Manager Dania Zinurova will delve into alternative asset classes, why Australian investors should include them in their portfolios, and her plans to reposition Wilson Asset Management’s seventh listed investment company to a best-in-class portfolio. Join Dania on Tuesday, 27 April at 12:00pm.


About This Presenter

Dania Zinurova, Portfolio Manager, Wilson Asset Management
Dania has held senior investment roles in Australia, the US, Europe and the UK throughout her career of almost 20 years and most recently held the position of director manager research, head of real assets Australia at Willis Towers Watson. Prior to this, Dania held various real assets investment roles with Willis Towers Watson in London and New York. Dania commenced her investment career as a foreign currency trader working for a bank in Russia before joining Russell Investments in the UK as a real estate investment analyst. 

 


Cost 

ASA Member: FREE To register, login and scroll below.
Non-Member: $35.00 Register here

Webinars

Webinars are free of charge to all ASA members unless otherwise stated for special webinar series and masterclasses.
Webinar recordings are available under Webinar recordings in the Resource centre section of the website.
We also have additional resources available for purchase here. 
Please read the disclaimer regarding content included in webinars:

DISCLAIMER
The material in Webinars (and related handouts) is provided for information only. No responsibility or any form of contractual, tortious or other liability is accepted for decisions made on the basis of the information contained herein.

Nothing in any Webinar (or related handout) is intended or should be interpreted as being investment advice. Investment advice can only be obtained from persons who are licensed in accordance with the Corporations Act.

Views expressed in Webinars do not necessarily reflect ASA policy. ASA does not endorse or favour any specific commercial product or company.

ASA is often able to negotiate discounts or benefits for ASA members. However, the inclusion of discounts or advertisements in Webinars, on the ASA website or within other ASA communications does not constitute an endorsement for the products, services or companies mentioned.