Providing unparalleled hands-on experience, the money will be invested in socially responsible, ASX listed companies.
It’s easy to joke about retiring in luxury - sooner, rather than later - but the reality of post work life is much more complex.
Griffith Business School experts have had their say on the 2017 Federal Budget and have been left underwhelmed by Treasurer Scott Morrison's second economic blueprint.
Owning your own home may become a ‘great Australian pipe dream’ for some first home buyers. The Federal Government can employ a number of policies to improve housing affordability. The crucial question remains how does the government address housing affordability without fueling higher demand? By Associate Professor Robert Bianchi, Griffith Business School Overview The 2017 […]
The low global interest rate environment has elevated alternative investments as a potentially attractive asset class for fund managers seeking higher returns. Practitioners, academics, professionals and regulatory agencies involved in the finance industry will attend a two-day international conference on the Gold Coast to share ideas on the growing trend.
The Griffith Business School is setting new international standards for teaching and research by providing students with access to the Bloomberg Professional service.
The launch of Griffith’s Centre for Personal Finance and Superannuation (GCPFS) comes at a time when Australians are weighing up the potential implications of the country’s newly established retirement age of 70.