AltX today announces that its Flagship Managed Fund, AltX-Assetline 1st Mortgage Debt Fund No. 1, has received a ‘Recommended’ Rating from independent Fund Research House Independent Investment Research (“IIR”).
The appointment of John Barry as Head of Treasury and Risk marks the next stage in the growth of AltX to broaden the Team’s expertise in funding, debt capital origination, and risk management.
With record low-interest rates showing no sign of lifting, Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) trustees are planning to shift their cash allocation into equities, according to the 2021 Vanguard/Investment Trends SMSF Investor report. However, this may not give them the steady income stream they are seeking.
There has been a significant emergence in private debt over the past 5 years, and in non-bank lending in particular. According to industry experts like Nick Raphaely from AltX the private debt market is expected to double by 2025.
Is it time to rethink the classic 60:40 investment portfolio? Nick Raphaely from AltX joins AusBiz TV to discuss whether this tried and tested allocation theory may have passed its used-by date.
One area attracting a lot of attention is real-estate debt investments. As with any investment, it is important to understand the factors driving the returns, as well as the key areas of risk.
According to AltX Co-Founder and co-CEO Nick Raphaely, credit flow is critical to the economy – and right now there’s a kink in the flow. As presented on AusBiz TV.
Property has long been seen as a “safe as houses” investment in Australia, underpinning 51% of the nation’s household wealth. But with challenges to investing in property, tech platforms are opening new fractional investment opportunities for the savvy investors.
Buying property isn’t the only way to capitalise on Australia’s red-hot property market. You can also invest in the underlying debt, but how do you measure the risk?
With questions over whether the traditional 60/40 balanced portfolio is still fit-for-purpose in these uncertain times, it may be time to add something new to the mix.
By digitally dividing assets into smaller investable units, you can access institutional-quality opportunities with cheque-sized investments. As published on Money Management
Non-bank mortgages are fast becoming a channel of choice for Australian borrowers looking to secure money to fund real estate developments.