Quay Global Investors

Quay Global

A Bennelong boutique

Quay Global Investors (Quay) is a boutique investment manager focused on the preservation and creation of wealth through innovative strategies in real estate securities. Quay was launched in May 2015 as a partnership with principals Justin Blaess and Chris Bedingfield and Bennelong. Prior to this, the business operated as Quay Real Estate Advisors which was founded by Justin and Chris in 2013. The founding partners have over 40 years of collective experience in direct property, equities research, investment banking and investment management across domestic and global markets, giving them a unique skill set and perspective which they bring to the management of a portfolio of global real estate securities.


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Finding Monopoly's 'orange squares' in property investing

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In the board game Monopoly, research has shown that on average, the orange squares are among the best investment propositions on the board. Monopoly might be just a game, but identifying and buying the orange squares in real life – those with the best return on capital, and opportunities for... Show More

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Demographic trends supporting global property

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Global real estate is one of nine major asset classes. However, many may not know it has ranked in the top five asset classes for 13 of the past 17 years, and should play a larger role in Australian investors’ portfolios. Unhedged global real estate has been one the best... Show More

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Beyond bricks and mortar - insights into global listed real estate

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Chris Bedingfield, Principal and Portfolio Manager at Quay Global Investors, discusses the global investment opportunities presented by listed real estate. He explores: Show More

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Investment perspectives: Bonds, Bunds & Bubbles - is the 30-year bond cycle over?

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“Yields on 10-year US Treasuries have fallen to 2.4% – a level that was unseen even in the Great Depression. This is ‘return-free risk’, said bond guru Jim Grant. It is much the same story across the world. Yields are 1.3% in Japan, 3.02% in Germany, 3.13% in Britain, 3.26%... Show More

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