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  • 12/05/2017AAREIT 10thAnniversary Video
    This year marks AA REIT's 10-year anniversary and it is truly humbling to see the journey we've taken to be where we are today. From an initial portfolio of over S$300 million in 2007, we've now grown to a fund with close to S$1.5 billion worth of assets under management across a diversified portfolio of 26 industrial properties strategically located throughout Singapore and Australia. We've formed lasting relationships, nurtured amazing team and proved ourselves to be always creating value for our tenants and delivering on sustainable returns for our Unitholders.
  • 12/05/2017AAREIT 30 Tuas West Road Video
    Capitalising on the growth of the Tuas area, AAREIT's asset at 30 Tuas West Road is well-positioned, and is well-served by the Tuas West Road MRT station of the Tuas West Extension (TWE) Line. It is strategically located a short distance away from the Pan Island Expressway (PIE), the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) and the Tuas Checkpoint.
  • 08/12/2016George Wang, Deputy Chairman of SSX & Tony Sacre, CEO of SSX Interviewed by Global Banking & Finance Review
    Global Banking & Finance Review interview Tony Sacre, CEO of the Sydney Stock Exchange and George Wang, Deputy Chairman of the Sydney Stock Exchange (SSX) to discuss the innovative services offered by the exchange and the way the SSX is creating a financial bridge to connect the Australian Capital Markets to the Asia Capital Markets.
  • 06/05/2016Friday markets with Matthew Felsman fom APP Securities - The Business ABC
    The ASX opened deep in the red but rallied hard after the RBA's inflation report came out, and by late afternoon it had crept into the black despite the broader concerns. Matthew Felsman from APP Securities speaks to Ticky.
  • 16/01/2016Koh Wee Lih from AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT speaks in REIT Symposium
  • 09/09/2015Optus Centre, Macquarie Park
    Optus Centre is a 6-building campus style 84,000m2 office and retail complex with basement and on-grade parking for 2,100 vehicles located 16km from the Sydney CBD at Macquarie Park, one of the Sydney’s fastest growing commercial precincts. The complex, which is 100% leased to Optus under 3 leases which expires in June 2021, 2022 and 2023, was completed in April 2007 and has a 4.5 star NABERS Energy rating. Optus Centre is in close proximity to public transport, Macquarie Shopping Centre and Macquarie University
  • 23/04/2015APX attended the 2015 The World’s Investment Summit
    On 23th April, APX was invited to provide a keynote address at the 2015 The World’s Investment Summit in Shanghai on bridging the gap between Australia and China capital markets.
  • 20/04/2015AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT featured property video – 103 Defu Lane 10
    Supports Housing Development Board’s plan to transform Defu Industrial Estate
  • 25/04/2014Australian PM continues mission for China-Australia FTA - The World - ABC News
    Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has addressed the largest Australian delegation of business people ever sent abroad from Australia. Jim Middleton speaks with Australian Trade Minister Andrew Robb for an Australian perspective on the Australia-China free trade agreement, and George Wang from the China Council for Promotion of International Trade.
  • 06/03/2014AIMS Financial Group Celebrates 23 Years in Business
    A banquet in Sydney’s Chinatown on 6 March, 2013 attracted a number of the city’s investment banking fraternity. AIMS Financial Group was kicking up its heels to celebrate its 23th anniversary and re-launch of Asia Pacific Stock Exchange (APX), a subsidiary of AIMS.
  • 19/06/2013Looking for a REIT to Invest In?
    Nick McGrath, CEO of AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he thinks his REIT has outperformed its peers.
  • 14/10/2012Money Mind story on REITs, AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REITs highlighted
    Nicholas McGrath, CEO of the AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT's management said that there are 25 properties in the REITs that are high quality and 70% of the portfolio focuses on the warehouses, and the majority of the clients are large international logistic companies. He said that at the moment the RIETs properties are 99% occupied, above the average occupation rate of Singapore which is 94%. They are also focusing on utilisation of current assets. An example is the reconstruction of the Gul Way project.
  • 06/06/2012SBS Chinese: APX focuses on China, sees opportunity amid sluggish global economics
    APX (Asia Pacific Stock Exchange) recommends focusing on China.
  • 03/06/2012Expect More Rate Cuts From the RBA
    Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman & Senior Adviser at AIMS Finance says that Australia's commodity boom is coming off a little. He expects the RBA to cut interest rates by 25 basis points this week.
  • 13/05/2012Risk Is Not Behind Us: Expert
    Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman & Senior Adviser, AIMS Finance says that despite JPMorgan's $2 billion reminder to investors of high risk curves, it is still a good time to gain exposure to banking stocks
  • 06/05/2012Outlook for Global Economy
    Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman & Senior Adviser, AIMS Finance says he has a neutral to slightly-negative global outlook amid a slowing U.S. recovery and anti-austerity sentiment sweeping across Europe.
  • 05/03/2012Disconnect Between Gold Prices & Equities
    Tom Richardson, Senior Analyst, Watermark Funds Management tells Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman at AIMS Finance why he believes the performance of bullion stocks have not been following prices because of the strong Australian dollar and the belief that gold prices may retract in the short term.
  • 04/03/2012China Sets Growth Targets for 2012
    Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman / Senior Adviser, AIMS Finance agrees with Premier Wen's growth target of 7.5% this year as the mainland prepares for a smooth leadership transition in November. However, he expects inflation to be slightly higher at 5%.
  • 21/02/2012AACI REIT: Are massive renovations on the way?
    AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT has many properties below plot ratio. Will it renovate them, like 20 Gul Way?
  • 21/02/2012Invest in Stocks With High Dividend Payouts
    Greg Bundy, Senior Adviser at AIMS Finance likes Telstra and Seek based on dividends and total returns to investors.
  • 30/01/2012No European Resolution In Sight
    Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman / Senior Adviser, AIMS Finance is more woried of a European recession then defaults and believes that the crisis is delaying US recovery. Nevertheless, he likes US equity markets on the back of strong earnings and balance sheets.
  • 28/11/2011Weak Euro Will Lead to Negative Impact on Commodities
    Greg Bundy, senior advisor at AIMS Finance, says the weaker euro and the U.S. debt crisis will start to weigh on commodities
  • 22/11/2011Top Picks: IBM, Nike, Procter & Gamble
    Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman & Senior Adviser of AIMS Finance says that US stocks like IBM, Nike, Procter & Gamble are great ways to play the emerging markets, especially in Asia
  • 22/11/2011Time to Feel Good about Multinationals?
    Greg Bundy, AIMS Financial Group, discusses opportunities in the multinational companies, particularly in Japan and China
  • 12/11/2011AIMS Financial Group Celebrates 20 Years in Business
    A banquet in Sydney’s Chinatown on 11 November, 2011 attracted a number of the city’s investment banking fraternity.

    AIMS Financial Group was kicking up its heels to celebrate its 20th anniversary and to re-launch Asia Pacific Stock Exchange (APX), a subsidiary of AIMS.

    Attendees included Antony Green (Executive Director of Macquarie Capital Advisers), Craig Parker (Executive Director of Westpac Institutional Bank), Tim Church (Head of Real Estate Investment Banking of UBS), Chris Green (CEO of Corporate Trust Perpetual), Simon Vinson (Head of Asian Property & New Business Initiatives AMP Capital Investors) and others. 300 people attended the function.

    George Wang, chairman of AIMS Financial Group said in his chairman’s address: “AIMS believes there are a number of synergies between the Australian and Chinese economies, which have allowed us to offer rich investment opportunities across both countries”.
  • 20/10/2011Top Picks: Westpac, Telstra, JB Hi-Fi
    Greg Bundy, vice chairman / senior adviser, AIMS Finance, thinks that JB Hi-Fi can react quickly to a possible turn around, and Telstra will likely have good yields
  • 10/10/2011US Equity Market Is Oversold
    Greg Bundy, vice chairman and senior adviser at AIMS Finance, sees a lot of value in the U.S. corporate sector and predicts that equity market will continue to rally over the next few weeks
  • 06/09/2011Meltdown in European Banks?
    Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman / Senior Adviser at AIMS Finance says we will see reduced lending in Europe due to ongoing credit freeze
  • 29/08/2011Stay On the Sidelines
    Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman & Senior Adviser at AIMS Finance advises investors to be cautious in the next 30 days as we wait for further clarification from the Fed
  • 29/08/2011Commodity Prices to Rise If There Is QE3
    Michael Langford, Proprietary Trader at StreamTrading.com, and Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman & Senior Adviser at AIMS Finance say for now commodity prices are stabilizing, but a rapid rise in prices is likely when the Fed does decide to deliver more quantitative easing
  • 29/08/2011Asia Will Benefit From Weaker US Dollar
    Kumar Palghat, Founder & Director of Kapstream, and Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman & Senior Adviser at AIMS Finance says countries like China, Australia and New Zealand will be the major beneficiaries as the U.S. continues to weaken its dollar and inflate its economy
  • 29/08/2011Markets Will Muddle Along
    Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman & Senior Adviser at AIMS Finance says markets are getting ahead of themselves in anticipation of a global double-dip, but will eventually muddle along with sub-par growth in most major developed economies
  • 08/08/2011Investing in a Negative Australian Market
    Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman and Senior Adviser at AIMS Finance advices on what to do as the Australian market heads for a down-tick
  • 08/07/2010Impact of China's Tightening Move on Australia
    Assessing the impact of China's decision to hike its reserve requirement ratio on the Australia market, with Gavin Long, trader at BBY and Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group. They also look at the earnings reports out today, with CNBC's Amanda Drury
  • 27/05/2010Australia Rates Will Fall: Strategist
    Australia is poised for a reduction in interest rates, says Lucinda Chan, division director at Macquarie Private Wealth. She explains her rationale, with Greg Bundy of AIMS Financial, CNBC's Oriel Morrison & Sri Jegarajah.
  • 27/05/2010Crude Climbs Amid Volatility
    Crude prices remain above $71/bbl on renewed optimism of global demand, however, volatility still remains apparent in the market. John DiPlacido, president & oil trader of Energex, discusses the factors affecting prices, with Greg Bundy of AIMS Financial, CNBC's Oriel Morrison & Sri Jegarajah.
  • 27/05/2010Gold Price Has Room to Rise: Vantage CEO
    Gold is likely to stay above $1,000 this year, with room to rise further, says Mike McChesney, CEO of Vantage Goldfields. He talks to Greg Bundy of AIMS Financial, and CNCB's Oriel Morrison and Sri Jegarajah, as the junior miner lists on the Australian market today
  • 27/05/2010Focus on Fundamentals
    It is hard to deal with the current volatility and investors should look past the noise and focus on fundmentals, say Ron Cameron, senior analyst at Ord Minnett. He talks to Greg Bundy, vice chairman of AIMS Financial Group and CNBC's Oriel Morrison and Sri Jegarajah
  • 23/04/2010Look for Opportunities to Buy BHP
    Investing in BHP is a great way to play China, says Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group. He tells CNBC's Oriel Morrison that investors should look for good buying opportunities in the stock. He also shares his views on CSL and Australia banking plays
  • 19/04/2010Buy Global Miners
    Global miners will see selling today on risk aversion and any pullback will present buying opportunities, Geoff Beeston, investment advisor at Lonsec. He previews the trading day with Greg Bundy of AIMS Financial Group and CNBC's Karen Tso and Sri Jegarajah
  • 19/04/2010Asia a Strong Consumer of Commodities
    While the West is worried about investment fraud and other issues, there is little doubt that Asia's appetite for commodities will only grow, says Peter McGuire, managing director at CWA Global Markets. He speaks to Greg Bundy at AIMS Financial Group and CNBC's Karen Tso and Sri Jegarajah
  • 19/04/2010Australian Banks -- Buy on Dips
    The charges against Goldman Sachs are driven by a lack of transparency in the derivatives market and the damage caused during the financial crisis, says Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group. He tells CNBC's Karen Tso and Sri Jegarajah that any market pullback is a good time to buy Australian bank stocks.
  • 19/04/2010Aussie Long Positions Stretched: Analyst
    The Aussie is a tough currency to short but its positions are stretched, says Peter Whitley, senior currency analyst at Thomson Reuters. He speaks to Greg Bundy of AIMS Financial Group and CNBC's Karen Tso and Sri Jegarajah
  • 19/04/2010Goldman Case a Long-Drawn-Out Battle
    Gavin Long, trader at BBY and Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group say the weekend's fraud charges against Goldman Sachs will be the first of many. They discuss the implications on the financial sector, with CNBC's Karen Tso and Sri Jegarajah.
  • 17/03/2010China: Asia's Engine for Growth
    Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Finance picks BHP Billiton for exposure to China as the country remains the engine for Asia Pacific's growth. He expects Australian financials to outperform but he is negative Chinese developers. He shares his investment tips with CNBC's Oriel Morrison.
  • 08/03/2010Increased Confidence in Australia After Arrow Bid
    Shell and PetroChina's takeover bid of Arrow Energy shows increased confidence in Australia's resources. Geoff Beeston Investment Advisor at Lonsec and guest host Greg Bundy of AIMS Finance discuss with CNBC's Amanda Drury and Sri Jegarajah.
  • 08/03/2010PetroChina, Shell Bid for Arrow
    Arrow Energy board members recommend shareholders do nothing amidst news of non-binding deal from Shell, PetroChina. Guest host Greg Bundy of AIMS Finance and Peter McGuire Managing Director of CWA Global Markets discuss with CNBC's Amanda Drury and Sri Jegarajah
  • 08/03/2010Australia's Relations With the World
    Politics are playing a role in the Indonesia Bank Century bailout scandal while market outlook remains positive. Alastair Newton, Managing Director and Senior Political Analyst at Nomura International along with guest host Greg Bundy of AIMS Finance discuss with CNBC's Amanda Drury and Sri
  • 08/03/2010Aussie Dollar Gains on US Jobs
    The Australian dollar is gaining strength on the better-than-expected U.S. jobs report. Stephen Halmarick, Head of Investment Market Research at Colonial First State and guest host, Greg Bundy of AIMS Finance assess the drivers for the Aussie dollar, with CNBC's Amanda Drury.
  • 08/03/2010US Jobs, BHP Coking Deal In Focus
    Better-than-expected U.S. job numbers and news that BHP has struck short-term coking coal deals with major customers keep trading strong. Gavin Long, trader at BBY and Greg Bundy of AIMS Finance share their thoughts, with CNBC's Amanda Dury.
  • 24/02/2010Overweight Asia
    Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Finance is overweight Asia, especially China and Australian banks. He speaks to CNBC's Oriel Morrison.
  • 24/02/2010Overweight Asia
    Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Finance is overweight Asia, especially China and Australian banks. He speaks to CNBC's Oriel Morrison.
  • 15/02/2010Australia Banking Outlook
    With Australia banks due to get hit by higher funding costs, Geoff Beeston, investment advisor at Lonsec and Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group, share their outlook for the sector, with CNBC's Amanda Drury.
  • 15/02/2010China Appetite for Commodities Here To Stay
    Given China's strong appetite for commodities, Peter McGuire, MD at Commodity Warrants Australia and Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group, share their outlook for the commodities market, with CNBC's Amanda Drury.
  • 15/02/2010Eyeing Eurogroup Meeting
    Ahead of the Euro zone finance ministers meeting, David Degaris, senior economist from NAB Global Markets Research and Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group, discuss how the currency market will trade, with CNBC's Amanda Drury.
  • 15/02/2010Impact of China's Tightening Move on Australia
    Assessing the impact of China's decision to hike its reserve requirement ratio on the Australia market, with Gavin Long, trader at BBY and Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Financial Group. They also look at the earnings reports out today, with CNBC's Amanda Drury.
  • 27/08/2009Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group revealed stocks picking with CNBC's Oriel Morrison
    As the Aussie earnings season draws to a close, Greg Bundy, vice chairman at Aims Finance & Simon Robinson, institutional adviser at Wilson HTM reveal what stocks they are picking up and why, with CNBC's Oriel Morrison.
  • 19/08/2009海南省省长罗保铭会见澳大利亚宝泽金融集团主席一行
    8月19日上午,省委副书记、省长罗保铭在省政府贵宾室会见了澳洲宝泽金融集团主席王人庆一行。
  • 18/08/2009Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group in an interview with CNBC discussed
    issues on China's Resilience

    Expect China to grow in the next couple of years despite the state of the U.S. economy, say Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Finance. He speaks to CNBC's Lisa Oake and Sri Jegarajah.
  • 31/07/2009Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group in an interview with CNBC
    discussed the opportunities present in Australia's big- and small-cap space.

    Discussing the opportunities present in Australia's big- and small-cap space, with Greg Bundy, vice chairman at Aims Finance & Geoff Wilson, portfolio manager at Wilson Asset Management, speaking with CNBC's Oriel Morrison.
  • 25/06/2009Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group in an interview with CNBC
    discussed investment strategies for the Second-Half.

    Sharing their investment strategies as the second half of the year approaches, with Greg Bundy, deputy chairman at Aims Finance and Roger Montgomery, chairman at Clime Capital. They speak to CNBC's Oriel Morrison.
  • 24/06/2009Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group in an interview with CNBC discussed
    issues on Chinese enterprises investing in Australia

    Relations between Australia and China will remain strong, says Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group. He speaks to CNBC's Amanda Drury about Chinese investment in Australia.
  • 27/05/2009Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group in an interview with CNBC says
    demand in China is at record levels

    Demand in China is at record levels, says Greg Bundy, vice chairman at AIMS Finance. He speaks to CNBC's Karen Tso and Sri Jegarajah.
  • 14/05/2009Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group in an interview with CNBC
    discussed investment strategies on share market.

    Chris Kimber, senior adviser at Bell Potter is back on the "buy" side as the Australian market heads into a period of consolidation. Kimber & Greg Bundy, vice-chairman at Aims Finance discuss investment strategies, with CNBC's Oriel Morrison.
  • 12/05/2009Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group in an interview with CNBC says
    he is optimistic about the banking stocks

    Greg Bundy, vice chairman of Aims Finance, tells CNBC's Amanda Drury and Karen Tso why he is optimistic about the banking stocks.
  • 28/04/2009Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group in an interview with CNBC discussed
    about Bottom of the Aussie Market

    Geoff Wilson, portfolio manager at Wilson Asset Management expects this bear market to hit bottom in February 2010. But Greg Bundy, vice-chairman of AIMS Finance disagrees. They make their case to CNBC's Amanda Drury.
  • 01/04/2009Greg Bundy, Vice Chairman of Aims Financial Group in an interview with CNBC
    discussed issues on more takeovers in the next 6-12 months.

    Expect more takeovers in the next 6-12 months, says Greg Bundy, vice chairman of AIMS Finance, speaking to CNBC's Karen Tso.

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