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Brad Potter

Brad joined Nikko Asset Management in 2002. He has 27 years’ experience primarily in the funds management and stockbroking industry, and has overall responsibility for managing the Australian equities team, process and portfolios. Prior to joining, Brad was Director, Corporate Finance with Westpac, a Senior Resource Analyst with Ord Minnett and in his early career, a geologist working with a number of resource companies. Brad has portfolio management responsibilities for the Nikko AM Australian Share Wholesale Fund and Nikko AM CVA Plus Strategy. He has analyst responsibilities for Banks.

If you want to learn more about the Nikko AM Australian Share Income Fund or invest, you can do so:
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Nikko Asset Management

Nikko Asset Management Australia offers investors the benefits of our global perspective and Asian DNA, combined with the local expertise and the long-standing experience of our Sydney based investment teams, with a history dating back to 1989. Today the company manages approximately AUD 10 billion1 in assets for retail and institutional clients across Australia and helps clients navigate dynamic investment markets.

With a track record of over twenty years in Australian equities and fifteen years’ experience in managing fixed income assets for insurance clients, Nikko AM Australia prides itself on its many years of accumulated market intelligence. Nikko AM Australia believes in active management and high conviction investing backed by intensive research conducted by experienced investment teams. We strive to achieve superior investment performance for clients.

1 Assets under management as at 30 June 2017

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Lesson types: Think like an investor

Value investing masterclass

Brad Potter

In our first series masterclass, value investor Brad Potter teaches Blair the importance of investing in value and sustainability for the long-term and introduces him to the Australian equities environment. Join Blair in his masterclass journey so you can also Learn from the Money Masters.

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Lesson types: Think like an investor

What impact will China have on your investments?

Brad Potter

Although the Chinese economy has been slowing down, it will still require Australian iron ore, providing ongoing investment and revenue for Australia’s mining industry. Nikko Asset Management explains why they believe the huge growth the sector experienced previously is gone for another cycle, but how continuing demand from China means good profits can still be expected over the long term.

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