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More super funds make climate commitmentsBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | MONDAY, 17 MAY 2021 12:18PM
More financial institutions have signed up to Climate League 2030, which seeks to achieve Paris-aligned emissions reductions in Australia by 2030.
Read more: Climate League, ISPT, TelstraSuper, U Ethical, Teachers Mutual Bank Limited, Aware Super, Cbus, Emma Herd, IFM Investors, Paris Agreement, Queensland Investment Corporation
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Almost one third of Australians don't know what income protection covers and could potentially lose out from the significant life insurance reforms that are just days away.
In its submission to the federal government's inquiry into housing affordability, Industry Super Australia has suggested superannuation funds could play a key role in creating more affordable housing.
The active, long-only equity specialist launched a global sustainable emerging market fund for local investors.
The fund manager has appointed a head of risk and compliance, general executive, and research associate as it invests in its next stage of growth.
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