Investors Subcommittee


Objective

To provide a forum for investors to discuss views on topical industry matters and provide input and recommendations to the ASF on changes that would improve the operation and attractiveness of the Australian securitisation market to domestic and international investors. 

A key outcome is to enhance the liquidity and activity of the Australian securitisation market and to attract and maintain the confidence of a growing body of investors.


Responsibilities

  • Primarily aim to increase the confidence of investors to participate in the both the primary and secondary securitisation markets
  • Increase the allocation of Australia’s superannuation and fund management markets to investment in RMBS/ABS as part of a greater allocation to fixed income
  • Actively champion the adoption of best practices within the industry
  • As necessary, consider relevant regulatory and policy developments to provide the ASF with an investor perspective in forming its position or response
  • Aim to meet with key Australian regulators on an annual basis.

Read the official charter of the ASF Standing Subcommittees.




Membership


Scott Barker (Chair)
IFM Investors
Adam Damon 
Macquarie Investment Management
Amy Green Aberdeen Asset Management
Carly Prior State Street Bank & Trust
Martin Saunders
Challenger
Natasha Feder
Colonial First State
Paolo Luzzani
Blue Quay Investment Management
Rob Camilleri 
Realm Investment House
Thomas Choi
Perpetual Investments

For more information contact chair Scott Barker.

What's On

Upcoming courses, seminars and networking opportunities for your professional development

OCT

23/24

IMN Asian Structured Credit Summit

Hong Kong

NOV

13/14

Securitisation Professionals course

Melbourne

NOV

26/27

Australian Securitisation Conference

Hilton, Sydney

DEC

5/6

Securitisation Professionals course

Sydney

FEB

28

Securitisation Fundamentals course

Sydney

Australian Securitisation Journal

The Australian Securitisation Journal (ASJ) is the official journal of the Australian Securitisation Forum. The ASJ is published by KangaNews on a semi-annual basis.

Read the official journal of the ASF

Market snapshot

View a snapshot of the Australian structured credit market, courtesy of Macquarie Debt Markets Research. Key data is refreshed on a monthly basis.

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