Warakirri media and publications

For copies or further infomation on the articles below, please contact investor relations on +61 3 8613 1111 or investorrelations@warakirri.com.au

Recent News Articles

"Warakirri dairies reaches for the stars", The Weekly Times, Wednesday 3 June, 2015.

"The case for maintaining Australia's dividend imputation system", Submission to the Federal Government's Re:think Tax Discussion Paper, Monday 1 June, 2015.

"Socially responsible investment strategies come out on top”, The Australian Financial Review, Tuesday 17 March, 2015.

“Investors to lose $5b in tax credits”, The Australian Financial Review, Saturday 7 June, 2014.

“Bond spree slowing, brace for a bumpy ride on equities front”, The Age, 3 April 2014

“After-Tax Returns Are What Counts”, Australian Financial Review, November 2011.

“After-tax investing... the evidence is now compelling”, Investment Magazine, October 2010.

“Measuring performance on an after-tax basis aligns investment manager behaviour with member returns”, Superfunds Magazine, November 2009.

 Warakirri After-tax Occasional Papers

Warakirri has published a number of After-tax Occasional Papers which focus on the after-tax management of Australian equities.  Copies of the occasional papers are available on request by emailing investorrelations@warakirri.com.au

“Should superannuation funds ‘shell out’ for the Woodside selective buy-back?”, Occasional Paper 12, July 2014.

“The value of retained franking credits could fall by 7%”, Occasional Paper 11, May 2014.

“Assisting you with your new trustee obligations”, Occasional Paper 10, March 2014.

“Measuring manager skill…or something else? (Part 1)”, Occasional Paper 9, November 2013.

“Moneyball – focus on what matters”, Occasional Paper 8, July 2013.

“After-tax Investing: myth and reality”, Occasional Paper 7, March 2012.

“Changing behaviour improves after-tax outcomes”, Occasional Paper 6, November 2011.

“Off-market share buybacks: ‘money for jam?", Occasional Paper 5, July 2011.

“Two elephants in the room (and they are both growing!)”, Occasional Paper 4, June 2011.

“Demystifying after-tax benchmarks”, Occasional Paper 3, March 2011.

“The importance of capital gains tax”, Occasional Paper 2, March 2011.

“After-tax management of Australian equities: an introduction”, Occasional Paper 1, January 2011.

Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging

Together with Mesirow Financial, Warakirri has published a series of papers titled, Implementing Best Practice in Currency Hedging.  Copies of these papers are available on request by emailing investorrelations@warakirri.com.au

“Key factors to consider when setting a strategic hedge ratio”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 11, December 2014.

“Are FX Dealers ‘Fixing’ the Fix?”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 10, August 2013.

“Ensuring Best Execution in Passive Currency Hedging”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 9, August 2012.

“Euro Currency - Contingency Planning and Portfolio Implications”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 8, June 2012.

“Managing Cash Shortfall Risk with Settlement Thresholds”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 7, September 2011.

“Cash Shortfall and Active Risk Management”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 6, November 2010.

“Hedging Illiquid Investments”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 5, June 2010.

“The Strategic Hedge Ratio and Active Risk Management”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 4, February 2010.

“Should you adjust a "passive" currency hedge ratio?”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 3, December 2009.

“Resetting Currency Hedges to Match Portfolio Value”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 2, October 2009.

“Managing Cash Shortfall Risk and Counterparty Risk”, Implementing Best Practices in Currency Hedging Part 1, September 2009.