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Super funds bow to divestment pressureBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | THURSDAY, 4 FEB 2021 12:26PM
A new report has revealed the number of companies Australia's largest super funds have rapidly divested amid pressure to invest with climate change in mind.
Read more: Market Forces, BHP, Hostplus, Woodside Petroleum, Santos, Sunsuper, UniSuper, Washington H Soul Pattinson, Whitehaven Coal, QSuper, AustralianSuper, Aware Super, Cbus, Commonwealth Super Corporation, HESTA, New Hope Group
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Fidelity Investments' lead portfolio manager for global equities strategies has resigned.
Aware Super has appointed an index solutions provider to take care of its passive equity and fixed income mandates.
As an increasing number of institutions allocate to cryptocurrency and explore blockchain solutions, State Street is launching a dedicated digital finance division, appointing the current head of global markets to lead it.
ASX has acquired a minority stake in fast-growing superannuation administrator GROW Inc.
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