Energy Super awards $130 million mandate

Global equities boutique manager, Bell Asset Management, has been award a $130 million global small and mid-cap equity mandate from Energy Super.

The manager’s global small and mid-cap strategy aimed to provide investors with an additional growth alternative in global equity portfolios, as well as helping diversify investors’ concentration risk to mega and large-caps.

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“We are seeing increasing demand for this segment of the market as investors look for pockets of opportunity and alpha,” Bell’s managing director, strategy and distribution, Rob Sullivan, said. “We look forward to building a strong and long partnership with Energy Super and delivering the best results we possibly can to its members.”

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