The two big issues shaping Fixed Income
Inflation and sustainability are two of the biggest issues that will shape fixed income investment returns for the rest of 2021 — and into 2022 and beyond.

We’re bringing together three experts in a one-hour online webinar and Q&A to explain why.

InflationPendal's Tim Hext: Most central banks argue the current bout is transitory, driven by supply-side effects that will dissipate later in 2021. But Tim believes the Reserve Bank and many of its peers may be wrong. He’ll explain why now may not be the time to tie yourself to the RBA’s mast. Tim will also cover the outlook for rates and duration strategy in portfolios.

SustainabilityPendal's George Bishay: Is sustainability the key to better returns in fixed income? It’s starting to look that way. George is finding sustainable strategies invested in social and green bonds are outperforming vanilla strategies. George will explain why.

Impact investing — Hume Housing CEO Nicola Lemon: Nicola will join us to share real-life stories of vulnerable Australians who have a roof over their head thanks to social bond investors.

Attendees will qualify for CPD points.
Tim Hext
Portfolio Manager, Bond, Income & Defensive Strategies, Pendal
Tim joined Pendal Group in February 2017 with responsibility for managing Australian Bond portfolios. Tim has extensive experience in banking, financial markets and funding.
George Bishay 
Portfolio Manager, Bond, Income & Defensive Strategies, Pendal
Managing a mix of credit, fixed interest and enhanced cash portfolios, George holds a wealth of experience in portfolio management and credit analysis with a specific focus on Asset Back Securities, Industrials, Real Estate and Resources sectors.
Nicola Lemon
Chief Executive Officer, Hume Community Housing Association
Nicola is focused on building a more equitable world—one where those most vulnerable have access to safe, secure housing and services to enable them to prosper, contribute to their community and assume their meaningful place in society. She positions Hume as a profit-for-purpose organisation, in the conviction that community housing providers must be outstanding business organisations.