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Super funds accused of chest beating on climate changeBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | WEDNESDAY, 16 SEP 2020 12:15PM
Two major industry superannuation funds have this week made bold statements about their stance on climate change, but critics argue it may be "virtue signalling" with little substance.Read more: UniSuper, Aware Super, ClimateWorks, Anna Skarbek, AustralianSuper, BT, CareSuper, CBA Super, Cbus, Colonial First State, Market Forces Asset Paris Agreement
The former managing director of business development at QIC is taking on a new role with private markets investment firm Northleaf Capital Partners.
According to new analysis, stock picks which became popular on Facebook, Reddit and Twitter were almost guaranteed to see investors lose money.
Contango Asset Management is expanding its distribution capabilities in appointing a new lead and head of retail.
Evalesco Financial Services recently finalised the acquisition of former Association of Financial Advisers national president Marc Bineham's advice firm.
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