Centre for International Finance and Regulation

Source Details

Link to organisation: http://www.cifr.edu.au/

Source Acronym: CIFR

Owning Institution: University of New South Wales

Source Type: Education

Conference paper
19 December 2016

This study compares the effect of the introduction and removal of the Australian Government Wholesale Funding Guarantee Scheme on the funding costs and risk taking incentives of authorised deposit...

Report
9 December 2016

CIFR’s mission has been to promote the vibrancy, resilience and integrity of the Australian financial system through research, education and engagement.

Report
30 November 2016

This monograph provides a detailed summary of how Australian firms report their financial performance.

Working paper
30 October 2016

Examines the management of capacity from the perspective of institutional asset owners, and argues that optimal scale need not exist for asset owners with the flexibility to adjust where and how...

Submission
26 October 2016

The Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR) welcomes the opportunity to provide input to the Productivity Commission inquiry into alternative default models for the superannuation...

Working paper
30 September 2016

This report examines the evaluation of capacity in an investment management context, outlining the key issues and various methods of analysis.

Working paper
30 September 2016

The number of self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) has grown at more than 5% p.a. over the past five years.

Working paper
30 September 2016

Self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) – small retirement savings funds with four or fewer members – now manage almost one third of retirement savings in Australia, and serve over one million...

Working paper
14 September 2016

Superannuation fees have come under public scrutiny in recent years with the belief that many are set too high. The Financial System Inquiry of 2014 alluded to this issue, noting that the fees...

Working paper
3 September 2016

This paper proposes a method for global equity fund performance evaluation that extends existing research by addressing both equity and currency factor exposures.