Australian fund caught in email scandalBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 12 APR 2019 11:56AM
The board of a $5 billion Australian government fund, run by several former investment bankers, has been admonished for using non-official email accounts to conduct business with political and commercial sensitivities.
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