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Lisa Uhlman

Lisa is editor of The Inside Investor and has extensive experience covering legal and financial services news.

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Death benefit litigation puts role of SMSF trustee in focus

Litigation involving estate planning and superannuation is ramping up, with major impacts on self-managed super funds, and in particular trustee obligations. Cooper Grace Ward partner Hayley Mitchell discusses key case law SMSF trustees should be sure to know about.

Lisa Uhlman | 20th Jan 2023 | More
Bonds surge back to relevance after nightmare 2022

Credit and equity markets both suffered a very bad 2022, as the collapse of negative correlation between stock and bond prices left no safe haven for investors. But 2023 could be a big year for bonds, and experts say investors waiting on the sidelines risk missing out.

Lisa Uhlman | 13th Jan 2023 | More
All eyes on RBA’s next move after inflation pickup in November

After a dip in October, the inflation rate is back to a 30-year high, according to ABS statistics for November that put into doubt hopes the Reserve Bank of Australia will pause rate hikes soon.

Lisa Uhlman | 11th Jan 2023 | More
The biggest investment stories of 2022

A review of the top stories from the past year reflects investors’ continuing anxiety over the direction of markets as central banks continue their battle against inflation and geopolitical turmoil remains a constant. Many of the same issues appear likely to shape the next 12 months as well.

Lisa Uhlman | 21st Dec 2022 | More
‘Turning point’: Huge renewables growth forecast means big opportunity at home

A new International Energy Agency report projects global renewable energy growth in the next five years will match that of the last 20, with renewables also set to overtake coal as the largest electricity source by 2025. Australian investors won’t have to look far to find stocks poised to benefit from this momentum shift.

Lisa Uhlman | 14th Dec 2022 | More
  • With DDO stop orders, ASIC steps up marketing scrutiny

    The corporate regulator reports it has issued 21 stop orders against companies over marketing of financial products since new design and distribution obligations went into effect last October, with the rate of enforcement picking up in recent months.

    Lisa Uhlman | 13th Dec 2022 | More
    Case for central bank digital currency in Australia still unclear: RBA

    The RBA is keeping an open mind about a potential central bank digital currency in Australia, including running a pilot eAUD program next year. But many of the arguments in favour of a CBDC fall flat in the Australian context, says Assistant Governor Brad Jones.

    Lisa Uhlman | 9th Dec 2022 | More
    ASIC hits Vanguard funds over ‘greenwashing’ tobacco claims

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is making good on promises to combat greenwashing, issuing its second set of fines against a company for misrepresenting the ESG bona fides of an investment product.

    Lisa Uhlman | 7th Dec 2022 | More
    Less millionaires, more money as $5M to $10M investible asset cohort grows

    Recent research reveals high-net-worth investors have reduced slightly in number since last year while accumulating slightly more investable assets, with this cohort taking a “more subdued outlook” for the coming year. Investors’ asset class preference is also evolving to favour defensive investments.

    Lisa Uhlman | 2nd Dec 2022 | More
    Navigating ‘energy trilemma’ is a must – and an opportunity

    The need to balance three key and “sometimes-competing” goals in the energy transition is central to the success of global efforts to decarbonise, but the challenge also presents ample room for opportunity, Paul Johnston of Ausbil Asset Management recently told participants at The Inside Network’s industry-first ESG Retreat in Tasmania.

    Lisa Uhlman | 30th Nov 2022 | More
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