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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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The Federal Court has ruled that Mayfair 101 founder James Mawhinney cannot fundraise for or advertise financial products for 20 years.
Global fund manager Nuveen Real Estate has shuffled its local executive lineup, which includes bidding farewell to its division head of Australia.
The government has commenced consultation on exposure draft legislation that will reduce the tax burden on granny flats in a move to prevent elder financial abuse.
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