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Giselle Roux


Giselle Roux is one of Australia's most well-known and highly regarded investment strategists, having held the role of Chief Investment Officer at both Escala Partners and JB Were. She has also held a number of senior equities analyst and investment banking roles including with Citigroup, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and McIntosh Securities. Giselle is a host of Inside Network events, a member of the Advisory Committee and regular contributor to the Inside Adviser and Investor publications.

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The FAANGs of fixed interest

Consider the process by which a security or investment is priced. Separately, if it has similar fundamental underpinnings to the core part of portfolio, typically listed equity.

Giselle Roux | 25th Aug 2020 | More
Gaps in ESG investing

Most fund managers or asset owners you may question to about ESG have probably stated that they are a signatory of the UN PRI at the very beginning of the conversation. Most likely, this would be mentioned as evidence of their broader commitment to ESG investing.

Giselle Roux | 19th Aug 2020 | More
Inflation: From simmering to a boil

Inflation is an age demographic phenomenon; ask anyone with a vintage pre 1980s’ versus the younger set. To a lesser extent is inequality. The case for the former is growing, and notably too the number of investment groups that are discussing the topic. Unlike central bank accommodation and deleveraging post the financial crisis, this time…

Giselle Roux | 18th Aug 2020 | More
An Introduction to Inner Circles

The Inside Network’s InnerCircles are designed to assist Australia’s leading IFAs, Instos and Investors overcome specific challenges and impart the knowledge each needs to gain competitive advantage. We are proud to be the destination of choice for members of the finance community seeking to improve their businesses and find innovative service providers via our InnerCircle…

Giselle Roux | 18th Aug 2020 | More
The teenager in your portfolio

Currencies are the closest cousin to this age cohort in investment markets.

Giselle Roux | 11th Aug 2020 | More
  • Where do we go now?

    The eye of the beholder More than ever, one considers prospects from the domain within one resides. Locally, we in Victoria naturally have a bleak view compared to the states with few COVID cases. Have a conversation with associates in the US on nearly any topic and inevitably strongly held views are exposed. Opinions on…

    Giselle Roux | 4th Aug 2020 | More
    Jekyll and Hyde, one and the same

    Why have risk assets been so buoyant since April? No shortage of opinions, so which is right?

    Giselle Roux | 28th Jul 2020 | More
    Slush funds

    Liquidity is said to be the driver of this cycle. No hiding here as central banks provide largesse without restraint, while governments fret about re-election cycles to spew money at any likely voter.

    Giselle Roux | 20th Jul 2020 | More
    Social Bonds – a growing asset class that’s packing a positive punch

    The broad ESG framework is experiencing a sea change. In the past, governance and environmental issues sparked investor interest, a paradigm COVID-19 is challenging. Although climate change remains a major global issue, rapidly changing economic and financial circumstances induced by COVID-19 have investors focusing more on social issues and societal challenges.

    Giselle Roux | 13th Jul 2020 | More
    E is not for easy

    Recent years have had pundits focus on the potential growth and relative valuation of emerging markets. The terminology alone is obtuse, just what is emerging? Korea, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Indonesia, Czech Republic?

    Giselle Roux | 13th Jul 2020 | More
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