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Rio Tinto decision exposes limits of super engagementBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | TUESDAY, 7 JUL 2020 12:00PM
A controversial promotion at mining giant Rio Tinto has demonstrated how even the biggest of super funds hold very little sway when it comes to engaging with companies they invest in.Read more: Rio Tinto, Juukan Gorge, OM Holdings, Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility, AustralianSuper, Brynn O'Brien, Darwin Magistrates Court, Financial Standard, First State Super, Jean-Sebastien Jacques, Jonathan Steffanoni, Peter Toth, UniSuper
ASX-listed real estate fund manager Cromwell Property Group has appointed an industry veteran to the head of retail funds management position.
Credit Suisse's chair has resigned less than a year into the role amid reports he breached several COVID-19 quarantine rules.
The Federal Court has imposed combined penalties of $4 million on Statewide Super for providing members with misleading information regarding their insurance and failing to report the issue to ASIC in the time required.
Barclays has appointed two new managing directors of investment banking in Australia.
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