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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.
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An index fund beat out active fund managers in the latest RMetrics rankings, topping the list based on returns and risk-adjusted measures.
The corporate regulator is providing more guidance to financial advisers to help them prepare for their upcoming ongoing fee obligations, due to take effect in less than two weeks.
Industry superannuation fund Rest has hired AMP Capital's former head of global client services and enablement to lead its operations function.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has dropped enforcement action against Regal Funds Management following an investigation in 2019.
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