Redpoint

Sydney-based redpoint Investment Management derives its name from the climbing term ‘redpoint’. To redpoint a climb is to successfully lead a climb without relying on your ropes. Success in climbing requires many skills including stamina, strength, knowledge and confidence. Climbing is an inherently dangerous sport and experience is critical to properly assess risk and make the right decisions.

The redpoint ethos is to be a trusted partner and investment guide for clients. redpoint uses the best ideas from its investment team along with ongoing research to deliver a range of scalable, flexible and enduring outcomes from listed equity investing.

Established in 2011, redpoint specialises in listed asset classes including Australian equities, international equities, global infrastructure and global property. redpoint uses extensive quantitative skills, acute understanding of risk management, and trade-implementation capabilities to design and create investment solutions to meet its clients’ needs and objectives.

As an employee-owned boutique, with GSFM holding a minority strategic stake in the company, redpoint’s interests are closely aligned with those of its clients.

​A disciplined process takes the emotion out of trading – redpoint sees opportunities to add value within markets and capture these opportunities through:

  • investment insights, robustly researched
  • risk focused portfolio construction
  • efficient execution.

Redpoint at a glance

  • The investment team has been managing quantitative Australian and global equity strategies for over 20 years
  • Strong alignment between the investment team and investors
  • Australian domiciled, with its head office in Sydney
  • $9.8 billion in assets under management at 30 September 2019

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