Alva Devoy

Australia has had a multi-decade love affair with credit, where we've gone from households being quite under-leveraged because we had financial regulation and credit rationing, to a ‘go for your lives’ scenario. It turns out when you let people borrow as much as they want, they borrow a lot. So now, you've got Australian households as some of the most indebted in the world. How do we get this to settle down? I sat down with Kate Howitt, Portfolio Manager for the Fidelity Australian Opportunities Fund to get her views on the Australian market and the impact on Australia’s banks going forward.

Further insights

The video above forms part of an Australian equity series where I sat down with Kate Howitt and James Abela to discuss a variety of issues currently at play in domestic markets. To watch the remaining sessions, please visit our website


Comments

Please sign in to comment on this wire.