Managing Director, Research, Parametric Portfolio Associates LLC (at time of writing)
Raewyn Williams is director, research and after-tax solutions, Parametric Australasia.
Williams is responsible for setting the Australian research agenda to research and develop new products for the Australian market.
She is a current member of the FTSE ASFA advisory committee and the Taxation Institute of Australia superannuation committee. She is a qualified solicitor, graduating with Bachelors of Economics and Law from the University of Sydney and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the UTS College of Law.
Prior to joining Parametric, Raewyn was director, after-tax investment strategies at Russell Investments.
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RAEWYN WILLIAMS | THURSDAY, 11 FEB 2021
Mass consolidation is a much-studied phenomenon of the corporate sector, riding the economic boom/bust cycle-but it is a first for Australia's $3 trillion superannuation industry (see Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) Quarterly superannuation ... Read more
All sectors of the superannuation industry agree that successful equity investing entails some short-term pain to enjoy long-term gain. Superannuation funds and investment managers who embrace an active management philosophy can feel his acutely when ... Read more
The sophisticated world of large superannuation fund investing demonstrates an age-old aphorism: the only constant is change. Funds initiate some changed themselves to implement new ideas, address risks in the portfolio (including peer risk), insource ... Read more
Off-market share buybacks are a curious form of Australian corporate action: what rational investor would deliberately elect to sell back shares at a price below market value? The answer lies in the aftertax value of the transaction. A superannuation ... Read more
RAEWYN WILLIAMS | WEDNESDAY, 26 JUN 2019
Last year almost two-thirds of superannuation contributions received by APRA-regulated funds were paid back out to members as benefits. This shift from 'stash' to 'splash' has significant ramifications for how superannuation funds define their missi ... Read more
Having the right ingredients for equity investing is mission-critical for superannuation funds. On average, APRA-regulated funds invest almost half of members' capital (47%) into listed equities portfolios. Much research exists on the ingredients funds ... Read more
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