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Super fund joins climate initiativeBY ANNABELLE DICKSON | MONDAY, 23 NOV 2020 12:10PM
A $54 billion industry fund, a mining company and a professional services firm have joined an initiative to tackle emissions in supply chains by 2050.
Read more: Cbus, Aurecon, National Australia Bank, Fortescue Metal Group, Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative, AustralianSuper, BHP, Nicole Bradford, Schneider Electric, Simon McKeon
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Global fund manager Nuveen Real Estate has shuffled its local executive lineup, which includes bidding farewell to its division head of Australia.
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