Pop quiz. Name a fund that had more than 90% of its portfolio in alternatives as at March this year and boasted a 10-year return of over 10%.
If you answered the 'Future Fund', then that is correct. If you're scratching your head, that's alright, too. The Future Fund's relatively low asset allocation of 6.5% in Australian equities is an unusual approach, but its long term results suggest there's more to alternative investing than meets the eye.
In this issue, Powerwrap's chief executive Will Davidson explains how the rise of alternative assets has reshaped the business, with plans to offer cryptocurrency based funds, impact investing and female leader-based funds on the group's platform in the not-so-distant future. Find out why in this article.