AsPr Geoff Warren

PhD, BComm (Hons)
Fund Convenor, ANU Student Managed Fund
College of Business& Economics
T: +61-411 241 091

Areas of expertise

  • Financial Economics 140207

Research interests

INVESTMENTS in general, with specific expertise in the following: 

  • Superannuation and retirement - default products; governance 
  • Funds management - performance, capacity, active vs passive
  • Portfolio construction, including asset allocation
  • Evaluation of investments - asset classes and strategies; valuation
  • Long-term investing
  • Taxation - imputation, managed funds

 

Biography

Geoff Warren is an Associate Professor at the Australian National University, where he is Fund Convenor of the ANU Student Managed Fund. He is an active researcher who focuses on investment-related areas with an applied emphasis, including: superannuation, funds management, portfolio construction, long-term investing, and the evaluation and taxation of investments. Prior to pursuing an academic career, Geoff spent over 20 years in investment markets, including as the Director of Capital Markets Research at Russell Investments; as an analyst, Chief Strategist and Head of Research with investment bank Ord Minnett / JP Morgan Australia; and as an equity portfolio manager at AMP Capital. He is currently a member of the Salvation Army Investment Advisory Board, the Atlas Infrastructure Investment Governance and Macro Advisory Boards, the ASIC Consultative Panel, the Super Consumers Australia Research Committee, and the Brandes Institute Asia-Pacific Advisory Board. Geoff has a PhD from the AGSM, and a BComm (Hons) with the University Medal from UNSW. 

 

Researcher's projects

Fund Management

  • Fund capacity
  • Hedge fund performance evaluation using 'peer' cohorts
  • Global equity fund performance evaluation, incorporating equity and currency factors
  • Alpha profiles and determinants

Retirement

  • Retirement product design using utility functions
  • Drivers of retirement outcomes, incuding housing, household status, contribution rate 
  • Right level for superannaution guarantee

Other

  • Using utility functions in forming portfolios
  • Investment horizon and risk drivers
  • Impact of stockbroker networks on stock liquidity

Publications

Projects and Grants

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