The Pitch: The asset class growing like a mushroom in our own backyard (and how to access it)

This asset class is dynamic with a national growth dimension – but you may not know what it is.

In our second episode of Livewire Markets ‘The Pitch’, Executive Director – Lending and Property Assets, Clinton Arentz and Livewire Senior Editor Hans Lee, discuss:

  • Why should investors consider allocating a portion of their portfolio to industrial property?
  • How do you determine a good quality location and tenant?
  • How do you, as an investment manager, seek out that capital growth?
  • Does the size of the project matter when it comes to a portfolio of this property type?
  • Tell us about an asset that you have invested in that signifies the opportunity that exists in the industrial property space today.

View the episode transcript here.

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This article is issued by Trilogy Funds Management Limited ABN 59 080 383 679 AFSL 261425 (Trilogy Funds) as responsible entity for the Trilogy Industrial Property Trust ARSN 623 096 944. Application for investment can only be made on the application form accompanying the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) dated 11 September 2023 and by considering the Target Market Determination (TMD) dated 11 September 2023 for the Trilogy Industrial Property Trust ARSN 623 096 944 available at The PDS and the TMD contain full details of the terms and conditions of investment and should be read in full, particularly the risk section, prior to lodging any application or making a further investment. All investments, including those with Trilogy Funds, involve risk which can lead to no or lower than expected returns, or a loss of part or all of your capital. Trilogy Funds is licensed to provide only general financial product advice about its products and therefore recommends you seek personal advice on the suitability of this investment to your objectives, financial situation and needs from a licensed financial adviser. Investments with Trilogy Funds are not bank deposits and are not government guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. 

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