Not all Mortgage Trusts are created equal, find out what to look for when selecting a fund manager.

1:00 pm AEDT
Your home or office, Australia

In today’s low-rate environment, many investors are seeking alternative options to generate income. Mortgage trusts are not new, and with the current growth in the value of Australian real estate they can offer a compelling investment opportunity. Seeking the highest rate of return through these investments is naturally tempting, however it’s important to look beyond the headline and understand how returns are generated and the associated risks.

Head of Lending and Property Assets at Trilogy Funds, Clinton Arentz explores Mortgage Trusts, explains how a pro-actively managed mortgage trust could deliver a regular income, and why not all mortgage trusts are created equal.

Guest Presenters

  • Clinton Arentz

    Head of Lending and Property Assets
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    Clinton has over 25 years’ experience in asset management, property development, and project delivery. As Head of Lending, he is responsible for Trilogy Funds team of portfolio managers, overseeing the growth and management of the diverse construction loan portfolio, client and broker liaison and coordination, and new business development. Clinton was also appointed as Head of Property Assets in February 2021, overseeing the management of Trilogy’s property assets, including risk management, capital structuring, acquisitions, and property syndications. 

    Prior to joining Trilogy Funds in 2017, Clinton provided project structuring and development delivery services on commercial, industrial and residential projects in multiple locations. Several of his projects have achieved industry recognition among organisations such as Master Builders Association, Urban Development Institute of Australia, and the Property Council of Australia. 
     
    Clinton holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and is a member of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA).