Are low interest rates changing investor behaviour? - Milford Asset

Are low interest rates changing investor behaviour?

Ian Robertson

Senior Analyst

Ian joined Milford in 2017 as a Senior Analyst focused on fixed income investments. Ian is also Co-Manager of the Milford Cash Fund. Prior to joining Milford Ian worked at ANZ Bank New Zealand, most recently in the Specialised Finance team originating, structuring and executing leveraged transactions. Before returning to New Zealand in 2014, Ian spent seven years at a UK fund manager as a Credit Analyst investing in European and US leveraged loans and high yield bonds. He has also worked on advisory, restructuring and formal insolvency appointments at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Auckland and London. Ian has a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) majoring in Finance from the University of Auckland.

With interest rates expected to remain low, more and more investors will be considering moving from term deposits to investment funds. Senior Analyst Ian Robertson discusses a few factors to consider when reviewing your finances.

Disclaimer: You should not rely on any information in this video when making any investment decision. It is for general information only and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider, with a financial adviser, whether the information is suitable for your circumstances. The material contained herein is based on information believed to be accurate and reliable although no guarantee can be given that this is the case. Past performance is not a guarantee of future returns.

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