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Antipodes Partners

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  • Diagnosing value in global healthcare
    Diagnosing value in global healthcare
    Andrew Baud Recorded: May 15 2018 30 mins
    Andrew Baud, Deputy Portfolio Manager / Investment Analyst, will be hosting a webinar to discuss the performance of global healthcare and Gilead Sciences.

    Discussion points:

    - Global valuation extremes ripe for stock selection
    - Reasons behind global healthcare's lagging performance
    - Returning to health with Gilead Sciences
    - Growing "personalisation" of medical treatment
  • Uncommon Value - Hidden Opportunities in Frothy Markets
    Uncommon Value - Hidden Opportunities in Frothy Markets
    Graham Hay Recorded: Feb 14 2018 40 mins
    Graham Hay, Deputy Portfolio Manager, will be hosting a webinar to discuss where Antipodes Partners sees opportunities within global markets.

    Discussion points:

    - Global valuation extremes ripe for stock selection
    - Telecoms - the forgotten infrastructure
    - Technology exposures long and short
  • Cooking with Gas
    Cooking with Gas
    Andrew Baud Recorded: Nov 20 2017 32 mins
    Andrew Baud, Deputy Portfolio Manager, will be hosting a webinar to discuss where Antipodes Partners sees opportunities within global equities.

    Discussion points:

    - Challenging the negative consensus view on the global LNG market
    - Explore the linkages between global coal/gas prices and European electricity prices
    - The unappreciated value and systematic importance of legacy European power generation assets

    Key takeouts:

    - Expression of a global commodity view across uncorrelated opportunities
    - Taking advantage of today's market irrationality whilst managing risk, i.e. look for asymmetry
  • Global Equitites - Volatility: dead or in hibernation?
    Global Equitites - Volatility: dead or in hibernation?
    Jacob Mitchell Recorded: Aug 16 2017 29 mins
    Discussion points:

    - Navigating the distortions of the low interest rate world
    - Predicting regime change (Trump, Brexit, etc.) really is a mug's game
    - Taking advantage of today's market extremes whilst managing risk, i.e. look for asymmetry

    Key Takeouts:

    - Risks are building in global markets, but not without opportunity
    - Using multiple levers, (longs, shorts and currency) to manage risk and drive returns
  • Shopping global consumer opportunities
    Shopping global consumer opportunities
    Andrew Baud Recorded: May 4 2017 26 mins
    During this 20 minute webinar, Deputy Portfolio Manager / Investment Analyst Andrew Baud will discuss Antipodes Partners Funds’ key Consumer exposures.

    Discussion points:
    •Exploiting market dispersion across regions and within sectors
    •Favouring Emerging Market Consumer exposure
    •The impact so far from President Trump
  • Europe – Selective domestic opportunities
    Europe – Selective domestic opportunities
    Sunny Bangia Recorded: Feb 14 2017 33 mins
    During this 20 minute webinar, Head of Execution / Investment Analyst Sunny Bangia will discuss Antipodes Partners Funds’ key European exposures.

    Discussion points:

    - The global populist wave – Does Europe's apparent vulnerability matter?
    - Global valuation dispersion – A defining feature of this cycle
    - European extremes set the scene for adding value through stock selection
    - Buy strong banks and businesses undergoing positive change, e.g. Mediobanca and Telecom Italia
    - Short expensive yield, e.g. infrastructure imitators and other weak beneficiaries of the thirst for yield
  • Bond-like equities, be careful what you wish for!
    Bond-like equities, be careful what you wish for!
    Jacob Mitchell Recorded: Nov 16 2016 34 mins
    During this 20 minute webinar, Jacob Mitchell, Chief Investment Officer at Antipodes Partners, will discuss key interest rate sensitive exposures in the Antipodes portfolios.

    Discussion points:
    - Global valuation dispersion – Look beyond the headlines!
    - When the only real yield stocks left are banks, what do you do?
    o Buy strong incumbent banks holding sound collateral, e.g. ING Groep and KB Financial
    o Short expensive yield, e.g. infrastructure imitators and other “junk bond” beneficiaries
  • A deeper dive into Antipodes Partners' technology exposures
    A deeper dive into Antipodes Partners' technology exposures
    Graham Hay, Deputy Portfolio Manager, Antipodes Partners Recorded: Aug 29 2016 32 mins
    During this short webinar Graham Hay, Deputy Portfolio Manager at Antipodes Partners, will discuss:
    - Enterprise – The Empire Strikes Back
    - Internet – Runways for growth
    - Consumer – Roads less travelled
  • Long/short opportunities in the global energy sector
    Long/short opportunities in the global energy sector
    Jacob Mitchell, Chief Investment Officer, Antipodes Partners Recorded: May 25 2016 33 mins
    Rapid growth in US natural gas production was underwritten by high yield debt markets which are now generally shut.

    As the gas price fell to record lows, production growth transitioned to associated gas from booming oil shale. Subsequent to the oil price shock, new associated gas development has collapsed.

    The industry has reached the stabilisation phase where production declines are now set to accelerate whilst demand growth is underwritten by US power generation and exports.

    We have positioned our investment portfolios to benefit from a strong rebound in the US natural gas price to around $4.50/MMBtu, the cost of marginal supply, a rare case of a commodity price outcome largely not dependent on Chinese demand.
  • South Korea: From neglect to respect
    South Korea: From neglect to respect
    Jacob Mitchell, Chief Investment Officer, Antipodes Partners Recorded: Mar 9 2016 36 mins
    The Korean market appears cheap with leading franchises such as Samsung Electronics, Hyundai Motor and KB Financial trading at significant discounts to global peers.

    The narrative is highly reminiscent of Japan during the period of persistent Yen strength from 2010-12 where “macro” generalisations such as government policy stasis and poor corporate governance, etc., drowned out the stock specific discussion.

    With corporate governance improving and evidence of government engaging with reforms, we believe the market is highly prospective for absolute returns.

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