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Jenny Josling

Jenny Josling is the managing director of Orbis’ distribution business in Australia – Orbis Investment Advisory, and a member of Orbis’ team of investment counsellors, which is responsible for servicing Orbis’ institutional clients and investment consultants. Jenny has over 26 years’ experience in asset management, gained in both the UK and Australia. She previously worked as director of sales and marketing at Fidelity International as well as a marketing manager at Credit Suisse Asset Management Australia.

Orbis Investment Management

Founded in 1989, Orbis Investment Management has been investing globally for over 25 years. Since the firm's inception, our purpose has been straightforward: to empower our clients by enhancing their savings and wealth. We believe the best way we can do this is by applying our fundamental, long-term and contrarian investment philosophy. To support this mission, we have structured our firm in a way that requires us to deliver meaningful value-for-money to our clients.

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The Intergenerational Conversation: How Vital is it?

Jenny Josling

In an age where it’s now easier to access financial products and information than ever before, investors are more likely to make short-term decisions against their best interests. On top of this, there seems to be a reluctance to discuss wealth and money across generations which is leading to a loss of financial literacy and a need to re-learn some basic financial truths and lessons. Jenny Josling, Managing Director, Orbis Investments (Australia), examines how intergenerational conversations add value to investors’ knowledge and long-term investment outcomes, and explains how credit cards are causing more harm than good.

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Have We Reached the Tipping Point for Australian Investors?

Jenny Josling

Clients are better educated than ever before, with more information available to them at the touch of a button, however advisers still have a key role to play in helping them understand their own needs and behaviours. Managing Director for Orbis Investments (Australia), Jenny Josling, believes the onus is on the industry to provide transparent, useful information to clients and to ensure there is an alignment between clients’ individual needs and the advisers’ capabilities.

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Are We Entering a New Age of Accountability?

Jenny Josling

The financial services industry is no stranger to scandal, yet despite years of regulation and reform there are still high levels of consumer dissatisfaction. Orbis Investments believes a misalignment of incentives is at the root of this problem, and the industry is taking some steps to address this. In this video, Jenny examines how incentives, regulation and compliance are impacting both advisers and investors, and asks if we’re entering a new age of accountability.

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When defensives aren’t defensive

Jenny Josling

Defensive businesses with steady growth, stable profits and solid balance sheets often provide good investment opportunities during mature bull markets, but the situation today looks different. Markets are expensive, but so are defensives. Investors haven’t lost their appreciation of reliable fundamentals – if anything, they look to be placing too much value on predictability. Orbis Investments details the rationale behind this change and how this could impact your portfolio.

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