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Joseph Palmer & Sons Executive changes

18 Jan 2018
The Partners of Joseph Palmer & Sons are pleased to make announce the following executive changes.

Barry Schebella, who has been with Joseph Palmer & Sons since 1994, is retiring.  Barry has worked tirelessly for more than two decades in his capacity of General Manager, and will be sorely missed by staff and clients.  We wish Barry a very relaxing and long retirement in Adelaide...

Investment & Economic Review January 2018

11 Jan 2018

For much of the past decade these quarterly reviews have contained references to the scourge of market and economic volatility, as we’ve been passing through an unusually disruptive investment and economic era. Thankfully, in 2017 volatility dissipated, (at least temporarily!). This quieter period can be illustrated by...

Launch of our Palmer Separately Managed Account

1 Nov 2017

We introduce our new Separately Managed Account (SMA) – this is an intelligent, low-cost way to own a customised portfolio of securities. We select, monitor, and administer the portfolio, while all the securities beneficially belong to you. This is an ideal arrangement for investors large and small – especially those seeking high skill inputs combined with time-saving convenience.

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More from the House of Palmer

31 Oct 2017

We are pleased to offer you both our Palmer Managed Discretionary Account and Palmer Separately Managed Account.
For more detail on these products, please view our Video...

Investment & Economic Review October 2017

11 Oct 2017

For a generation now, investors, regulators and consumers have been dealing with a monumental ‘unwind’ process, that sought to and succeeded in shaking the bane of inflation and high interest rates out of the global economic system. In more recent years these concerted and aggressive acts of governments and central banks have consequently pushed this fix-up barrow too far… So now we head into the another great unwind, the ‘normalisation’ phase where interest rates start to rise and inflation returns. But there’s a problem...

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