Walker Capital features in Sydney Morning Herald

Highlights

  • With the Royal Banking Commission on the minds of Australian investors, people are looking towards more transparent options when it comes to investing their money.
  • 2018 figures show a 31 per cent increase in MDAs, bringing Australian funds under management in MDAs to a total of $62.43 billion.
  • Walker Capital focuses on giving investors more control and ownership of their investments though MDAs and real-time access to their accounts online.

With the Royal Banking Commission on the minds of Australian investors, people are looking towards more transparent options when it comes to investing their money. As a result, Managed Discretionary Accounts (MDAs) are becoming a more popular investment choice. 2018 figures show a 31 per cent increase, bringing Australian funds under management in MDAs to a total of $62.43 billion.

Michael Walker, Principal of Walker Capital has created an investment company that offers transparency and security to investors with a policy of digital onboarding when welcoming new investors. He focuses on giving investors more control and ownership of their investments though MDAs and real-time access to their accounts online.

Michael states there is a clear desire for investors to diversify and de-risk their portfolios through investments into alternative asset classes. MDAs allow for individual investors to have separate investment accounts, and with a balance of fundamental and technical analysis, Walker Capital aims to ‘balance the risks’ and bring a positive return to its investors.

 

About Walker Capital

Walker Capital is to raise up to $900,000 for 20% in equity. The capital will be used to fund the expansion of the Company as it increases its marketing campaign aimed at expanding its client base and developing an investment platform for its clients.

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