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Future Fund voted down Pinnacle equity grantsBY KANIKA SOOD | TUESDAY, 13 AUG 2019 12:39PM
The $154 billion sovereign wealth fund voted against equity grants to Pinnacle Investment Management's managing director Ian Macoun and two executive directors, a summary of its proxy voting for FY19 shows.
Read more: Future Fund, Pinnacle Investment Management, Ian Macoun, NAB, Westpac, Adrian Whittingham, Alan Watson, Andrew Chambers, Andrew Thorburn, ANZ, Brian Hartzer, Commonwealth Bank, ESG, John Eales, Lorraine Berends, Magellan Financial Group, Matt Comyn, MFG, Shayne Elliott, Wallabies
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