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|... experience, McCormack added. MLC Life Insurance currently provides group insurance for MLC Super, Energy Super, Vision Super and Qantas Super among others. AIA Australia also recently lost a group insurance mandate to TAL, ending a 15-year ...|
|... social or governance issues that they voted on globally in 2018. They were Local Government Super (91%), Vision Super (88%) and Cbus (77%). A further six funds supported more than 50% of shareholder proposals on global ESG issues. They were ...|
|... more than 249,000 members and 24,000 employers. In June 2013, VicSuper floated the possibility of a merger with Vision Super, but a disagreement about implementing an active or passive investment strategy scrapped the deal. First State Super ...|
|... some exposure to Facebook, standing as the third most commonly held international stock amongst industry funds. Vision Super markets itself as "Super that's good for you and the planet" and takes ethics into consideration for all investments. ...|
|... officer of an industry superannuation fund managing more than $6 billion has made the move to a bigger fund. Vision Super is welcoming Nikki Schimmel to the fold, after the former LUCRF chief risk and compliance officer's appointment in ...|
|... an instrumental role expanding MLC Life's group insurance presence by bringing in new business partners, such as Vision Super and Energy Super. The life insurer recently appointed Louise Portelli as chief customer experience officer in March. ...|
|... effort lobbying index providers to remove controversial weapons from global indices. Colonial First State and Vision Super have become signatories to an open letter calling for the exclusion of weapons - such as anti-personnel mines, cluster ...|
|... members making additional contributions to their superannuation. The 'Save more later' initiative from Vision Super is based on the concept of 'hyperbolic discounting' which suggests people value their future self less than their ...|
|... tobacco, thermal coal and tar sands producers. In addition to their existing controversial weapons exclusion, Vision Super will be culling investments in tobacco, thermal coal and tar sands producers following consultation with members. The ...|
|... is the former chief executive of Equipsuper. She was appointed in 2010 to spearhead the merger of Equip and Vision Super. The merger never went ahead, but Press remained as chief executive for six years. Departing the now-$14 billion industry ...|
The Financial Services Council has welcomed a new board director. BT Financial Group general manager of platforms, investments and operations Kathy Vincent has joined the industry body's board.
The $50 billion industry super fund will take full ownership of the largest wind farm in Western Australia as it moves to boost its infrastructure portfolio.
A global manager has appointed a new head for Australian equities as the incumbent moves to a different role.
An $11 billion superannuation fund amended its constitution to increase the influence of independent voices on its board following an APRA probe.
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