Super fund proxy voting behaviour revealedBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | WEDNESDAY, 22 MAY 2019 11:49AM
A new report from the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility (ACCR) reveals just 11 of the 50 largest superannuation funds disclose complete proxy voting records.Read more: AustralianSuper, Cbus, Chevron, UniSuper, VicSuper, Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility, ExxonMobil, HESTA, Local Government Super, Mercer, Vision Super, Aegon Asset Management Netherlands, Australian Council of Superannuation Investorsand, BT, Church Commissioners for England, Church of England, Exxon Mobil, Financial Services Council, New York State Common Retirement Fund, Dan Gocher, Tasplan Super
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