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Brumby lauds Cbus board pay disclosureBY JAMES FERNYHOUGH | WEDNESDAY, 23 OCT 2013 12:05PM
Former Victorian premier John Brumby has praised Cbus for the full disclosure of its board members' remuneration in its annual report, saying the fund is setting the precedent for the future.Read more: Cbus, John Brumby, MTAA Super, Superannuation, AIST, Australian Institute, Fund Governance Symposium, Labor politician, Superannuation Trustees
Pallas Capital has introduced a new short term fund that will invest in real estate assets in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
A new study on the prevalence of insider cybersecurity threats, commissioned by Proofpoint to the Ponemon Institute, has revealed just how much insider attacks are costing financial services firms.
Mayfair 101 has confirmed it will appeal the 2021 Federal Court decision that found its advertising misled and deceived investors.
Sustainable investors tend to favour environmental-themed strategies over social ones as the former is more tangible and easier to measure.
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