The Australian economy is one of the strongest in the world, representing 2.52 percent of the global economy, with close to 25 consecutive years of economic growth.
David Coe had a multitude of interests, activities and lives as entrepreneur, investor, investment banker, business strategist, family man, art collector, sports lover. He co-founded, led and lost one of Australia’s most significant investment outfits, Allco.
This clearly written memoir deserves recommending to anyone in property markets. Ideas about lessons learnt and doing well are compellingly told.
Fund managers and their fees are under the spotlight as a result of the economic crisis. Although fees have always been a sensitive issue at the best of times, they are inevitably more contentious in an environment where negative returns are prevalent.
Published in the Journal of Applied finance and Investment, Vol. 1, No.1, March/April 1996, pp. 13-17